Getting Started with Sql - Getting Sql Server Metrics - in Java

Azure SQL sample for getting SQL Server and Databases metrics

  • Create a primary SQL Server with a sample database.
  • Run some queries on the sample database.
  • Create a new table and insert some values into the database.
  • List the SQL subscription usage metrics, the database usage metrics and the other database metrics
  • Use the Monitor Service Fluent APIs to list the SQL Server metrics and the SQL Database metrics
  • Delete Sql Server

Running this Sample

To run this sample:

See DefaultAzureCredential and prepare the authentication works best for you. For more details on authentication, please refer to AUTH.md.

git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/sql-database-java-get-sql-metrics.git

cd sql-database-java-get-sql-metrics

mvn clean compile exec:java

More information

For general documentation as well as quickstarts on how to use Azure Management Libraries for Java, please see here.

Start to develop applications with Java on Azure here.

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