Can I exclude certain Azure resource groups from monitoring by Site24x7?
Yes, you can exclude resource groups that don't need to be monitored by Site24x7. To do so, please follow the steps below:
- Log in to Site24x7 and go to Azure > under the Azure monitor > Infrastructure Dashboard.
- Hover on the hamburger icon beside the page title and click Edit.
- In the Edit Azure Monitor page, deselect the resource groups that do not need monitoring across the field Resource Groups.
- Save your changes.
In the next discovery, the resource groups that have been deselected will be excluded from monitoring by Site24x7.
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