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VenkatasatyanarayanaMachariveeraCI-1654 asked Prrudram-MSFT edited

get User wise resource utilization

Hi,

Please suggest how to find User wise resource utilization like CPU, memory and disk consumed by user for azure vm. I need to upgrade or downgrade the azure vm 'cpu and disk capacity' based on user usage.

Please suggest if any idea.

thank you

satya

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@VenkatasatyanarayanaMachariveeraCI-1654,
Thank you for reaching out to the Microsoft Q&A platform. Happy to answer your question.

Azure provides resource usage reports, but it doesn't have any dimension to segregate usage based on the user. For example, the VM billing will be running if there are no active users logged in. You can do VM scale-out or scale-in based on different metrics such as Percentage CPU, Network In, Network Out, Disk Read Bytes, Disk Write Bytes, Disk Read, Operations/Sec, Disk Write Operations/Sec, CPU Credits Remaining, and CPU Credits Consumed. You can create multiple rules to make the scaling happen (out or in). Note: If there are conflicting rules, scale-out rules take priority over scale-in rules. Please suggest if you have any more questions.



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