Make sure to add the Azure integration and copy the webhook.
On Azure Portal go to Monitor
On the Monitor dashboard, choose to Create Alert
On the Create Alert dashboard, you will be asked to configure the categories:
Select A Resource Choose a resource group you wish to monitor, for example, a Virtual Machine.
Select A Condition Choose a condition at which you wish to trigger an alert
Select Action Rule So, this is the main section which lets you integrate with webhooks. Azure allows you to paste a custom webhook URL to direct alerts to that server.
Finally, add a description to your alert and choose the severity of the alert.
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