This afternoon, on Pandora FMS blog, we bring you one of those much needed training videos.

No, we are not talking about a tutored Pilates session or a recipe for the best Bacalhau à Brás. Nor do we bring you the trick to get past the chieftain of the desert of Elden Ring.

But today we will see how the Event Hubs plugin works in Microsoft Azure, as well as the prerequisites that you will have to meet in your Pandora FMS environment and the configuration necessary in Azure to be able to make use of the plugin.

Azure and the plugin’s operation for Event Hubs

But before we get into the good stuff and you click on our video…


As prerequisites, you must have both the data server and the server plugin activated on Pandora FMS server and download the plugin through the library.

A little more about Azure, in case you are not up to speed

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform that provides a wide range of services and tools for businesses of all sizes.

One of the most popular services on Azure is Azure DevOps, which is a comprehensive suite of tools for modern software development.

In this section, we will take a closer look at Azure DevOps and other related services like Azure Cloud, Azure Pricing Calculator, and Azure Status.

Azure DevOps: Streamlining Your Software Development Process

Azure DevOps is an all-in-one platform for managing the entire software development process.

It includes tools for project management, source control, continuous integration and deployment, testing, and release management.

With Azure DevOps, teams can collaborate more effectively and deliver high-quality software products with greater speed and efficiency.

Azure DevOps includes several key features, including Azure Boards, which is a project management tool for tracking and managing work items, bugs, and issues.

Azure Repos is a powerful code repository that supports multiple programming languages and integrates with popular development tools like Visual Studio and Eclipse.

Azure Pipelines provides continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) automation, allowing teams to streamline their build and deployment processes.

Azure Cloud: Scalable, Reliable, and Secure Cloud Services

Azure Cloud is a cloud computing platform that provides scalable, reliable, and secure cloud services for businesses of all sizes.

With Azure Cloud, businesses can leverage a wide range of services and tools, including virtual machines, storage, databases, and more.

One of the key advantages of Azure Cloud is its ability to scale up or down based on demand.

This means businesses can quickly and easily provision resources as needed, without having to worry about maintaining expensive on-premises infrastructure.

Azure Cloud is also highly reliable, with built-in redundancy and failover capabilities to ensure uptime and availability.

In terms of security, Azure Cloud provides a range of security features, including multi-factor authentication, role-based access control, and encryption.

This helps businesses to protect their data and applications from unauthorized access or data breaches.

Azure Pricing Calculator: Plan and Estimate Your Azure Costs

Azure Pricing Calculator is a tool that helps businesses plan and estimate their Azure costs.

With the Azure Pricing Calculator, businesses can select the services they need and estimate the monthly cost based on usage.

The Azure Pricing Calculator includes a wide range of services and tools, including virtual machines, storage, databases, and more.

Users can select the services they need, choose the region where the resources will be deployed, and estimate the monthly cost based on usage.

Azure Status: Real-Time Service Health Information

Azure Status is a service that provides real-time information about the health of Azure services.

With Azure Status, businesses can stay up-to-date on any service issues or outages, as well as view historical information about service disruptions.

Azure Status provides a range of information, including service health status, incident updates, and historical data. Users can also subscribe to notifications to receive updates about service issues and outages.