Azure Public IP Address

Dynatrace ingests metrics from Azure Metrics API for Azure Public IP Address. You can view metrics for each service instance, split metrics into multiple dimensions, and create custom charts that you can pin to your dashboards.


  • Dynatrace version 1.199+
  • Environment ActiveGate version 1.195+

Enable monitoring

To enable monitoring for Azure Public IP Address, you first need to set up integration with Azure Monitor.

Add the service to monitoring

In order to view the service metrics, you must add the service to monitoring in your Dynatrace environment.

Monitor resources based on tags

You can choose to monitor resources based on existing Azure tags, as Dynatrace automatically imports them from service instances.

To monitor resources based on tags

  1. Go to Settings > Cloud and virtualization > Azure and select the Azure instance.
  2. For Resource monitoring method, select Monitor resources based on tags.
  3. Enter the Key and Value.
  4. Select Save.

Note: To import the Azure tags automatically into Dynatrace, enable Capture Azure tags automatically.

Configure service metrics

Once you add a service, Dynatrace starts automatically collecting a suite of metrics for this particular service. These are recommended metrics.

Recommended metrics:

  • Are enabled by default
  • Can't be disabled
  • Can have recommended dimensions (enabled by default, can't be disabled)
  • Can have optional dimensions (disabled by default, can be enabled).

Apart from the recommended metrics, most services have the possibility of enabling optional metrics.

Optional metrics:

  • Can be added and configured manually

View service metrics

Once you add the service to monitoring, you can view the service metrics in your Dynatrace environment either on your dashboard page or on the custom device overview page.

Import preset dashboards

Dynatrace provides preset Azure dashboards that you can import from GitHub to your environment's Dashboards page.
Note: To save a preset dashboard locally, create a new JSON file on your local machine and copy-paste the content of the JSON file from GitHub into the new file.
Once you save a preset dashboard locally, there are two ways to import it.


Available metrics

Name Description Unit Recommended
ByteCount Total number of bytes transmitted within time period Byte, Port, Direction ✔️
BytesDroppedDDoS Inbound bytes dropped DDoS BytePerSecond
BytesForwardedDDoS Inbound bytes forwarded DDoS BytePerSecond
BytesInDDoS Inbound bytes DDoS BytePerSecond
DDoSTriggerSYNPackets Inbound SYN packets to trigger DDoS mitigation PerSecond
DDoSTriggerTCPPackets Inbound TCP packets to trigger DDoS mitigation PerSecond
DDoSTriggerUDPPackets Inbound UDP packets to trigger DDoS mitigation PerSecond
IfUnderDDoSAttack Under DDoS attack or not Count
PacketCount Total number of packets transmitted within time period Count, Port, Direction ✔️
PacketsDroppedDDoS Inbound packets dropped DDoS PerSecond
PacketsForwardedDDoS Inbound packets forwarded DDoS PerSecond
PacketsInDDoS Inbound packets DDoS PerSecond
SynCount Total number of SYN Packets transmitted within time period Count, Port, Direction ✔️
TCPBytesDroppedDDoS Inbound TCP bytes dropped DDoS BytePerSecond
TCPBytesForwardedDDoS Inbound TCP bytes forwarded DDoS BytePerSecond
TCPBytesInDDoS Inbound TCP bytes DDoS BytePerSecond
TCPPacketsDroppedDDoS Inbound TCP packets dropped DDoS PerSecond
TCPPacketsForwardedDDoS Inbound TCP packets forwarded DDoS PerSecond
TCPPacketsInDDoS Inbound TCP packets DDoS PerSecond
UDPBytesDroppedDDoS Inbound UDP bytes dropped DDoS BytePerSecond
UDPBytesForwardedDDoS Inbound UDP bytes forwarded DDoS BytePerSecond
UDPBytesInDDoS Inbound UDP bytes DDoS BytePerSecond
UDPPacketsDroppedDDoS Inbound UDP packets dropped DDoS PerSecond
UDPPacketsForwardedDDoS Inbound UDP packets forwarded DDoS PerSecond
UDPPacketsInDDoS Inbound UDP packets DDoS PerSecond
VipAvailability Average IP address availability per time duration Percent, Port ✔️