Jul 03 2020 01:22 PM
Jul 06 2020 10:50 AM
VNet peering is a SDN solution for connecting two different VNets. You don't have devices/appliances implementing the peering. Having Azure Monitor metrics for peering status would be almost similar to having metrics for subnet-to-subnet connectivity.
However, you can implement yourself a Connection monitor, with two VM endpoints (one in each side of the peering). See more info on that.
Jul 30 2020 06:50 AMSolution
Hi @Srini1987 ,
You could try using Azure Resource Graph (also KQL-based) and this query:
resources | where type =~ 'Microsoft.network/virtualNetworks' | extend peerings=array_length(properties.virtualNetworkPeerings) | mv-expand peering=properties.virtualNetworkPeerings | where isnotempty(peerings) | project networkId = id, VNetName = name, peeringState=tostring(peering.properties.peeringState), peering