Configuring Autoscale in Azure

Here’s an example of how to configure autoscaling for an Azure App Service using the Azure portal:

  1. Navigate to the Azure portal and sign in.
  2. Go to your App Service resource.
  3. In the left-hand menu, click on Scale out (App Service plan) under the Settings section.
  4. Click on the Enable autoscale button.
  5. Provide a name for the autoscale setting.
  6. Click on Add a rule to create a new scaling rule.
  7. Configure the rule with the following settings:
  • Time aggregation: Choose the time aggregation method, such as Average, Minimum, Maximum, or Total.
  • Metric name: Select the performance metric, such as CPU Percentage, Memory Percentage, or a custom metric.
  • Operator: Choose the comparison operator, such as Greater than, Less than, or Equal to.
  • Threshold: Set the threshold value for the metric.
  • Duration: Specify the duration over which the metric should be evaluated.
  • Operation: Choose the scaling action, such as Increase count by or Decrease count by.
  • Instance count: Set the number of instances to add or remove.
  • Cooldown: Specify the cooldown period in minutes.
  1. Click on Add to save the rule.
  2. Repeat steps 6-8 to add more scaling rules if needed.
  3. Click on Save to apply the autoscaling settings.

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