Using Wazuh to Monitor Microsoft Azure¶
New in version 3.7.0.
This section provides instructions for monitoring Microsoft Azure infrastructures, such as:
- How to monitor all the activity happening in the infrastructure, for instance, changes that occur in virtual machines, activation of alerts, health data information as well as control data.
- How to install Wazuh agents to monitor the virtual machines that form the infrastructure, which will send events to the Wazuh manager for analysis in order to classify the event with a range of alerts that that can be easily viewed.
- How to monitor services of our infrastructure such as Azure Active Directory (AAD).
From a wider perspective, the Microsoft Azure infrastructure resources can be divided into two types of logs, the Activity logs and the Diagnostic logs.
The operations performed on a resource outside of the infrastructure are stored in the Activity logs, providing information on those operations. On the other hand, the data referring to the operation of a resource is stored in the Diagnostic logs.
Wazuh has the ability to obtain and read Microsoft Azure logs through:
- Azure Log Analytics
- Azure Active Directory Graph
- Azure Storage
As a built-in Wazuh feature, now you can search, analyze and trigger alerts from Microsoft Azure log data.
- Manager Requirements
- Monitoring Instances
- Monitoring Activity
- Monitoring Services