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What is Azure Peering?
Peering is the interconnection between Microsoft's global network (ASN AS8075) and your network for the purpose of exchanging internet traffic between Microsoft online services and Microsoft Azure Services. Carriers or Service Providers can request to connect at any of Microsoft's edge locations.
New Relic Azure Peering quickstart features
A standard dashboard that tracks key indicators like egress traffic rate, flap counts, packet drop rate, session availability and more. It runs custom queries and visualizes the data immediately.
Why monitor Azure Peering with New Relic?
New Relic Azure Peering monitoring quickstart empowers you to track the performance of Azure Peering via different metrics including egress traffic rate, flap counts, packet drop rate, session availability and more.
Our integration features a standard dashboard that provides interactive visualizations to explore your data, understand context, and get valuable insights.
Start ingesting your Azure data today and get immediate access to our visualization dashboards so you can optimize your Azure service.