Install Site24x7 agent extension

How do I install the Site24x7 server monitoring agent extension, once my VM resources are discovered and added for monitoring?

Install the VM extensions to get in-depth performance visibility with metrics CPU, memory, disk usage, processes, and services.

Once Site24x7 is authenticated for discovery and your VM resources are discovered,
  1. Log in to Site24x7 and go to Azure > Virtual Machines.
  2. Click on the required VM monitor > Server Monitoring Extension. Click on Install Azure Extension.
  3. Select the VMs/Monitors on which you would like to install the agent extension. Submit your changes.

The extension will be added in the respective VMs. In the next data collection, you will be able to view the performance metrics under the same tab.

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