In BizTalk360 Cloud, there are 2 main types of alarm you can create:

The create alarm screen is flexible; you can simply create a regular alarm or a threshold alarm, or you can use the consolidated alarm to monitor both regular and threshold conditions.


When you add a new environment to your BizTalk360 Cloud account, the environment will be created along with a demo alarm, if you have enough free artifacts on your plan.

We have introduced the concept of Demo Alarm to give you a feel of how the UI will look when you actually create an alarm and configure the monitoring for the environment. The demo alarm will be configured with up to 4 artifacts (receive location, orchestration, send ports, and host instances) from any of the applications in your environment. The demo alarm can be reconfigured or deleted as per your requirement.

The count of artifacts that are mapped in the demo alarm will be automatically deducted from the count (of artifacts) offered by your subscription plan. For ex., if you are on a Free plan (10 artifacts), the 4 artifacts mapped to the demo alarm will be deducted from the count of 10 and you will only have 6 artifacts remaining that can be mapped further.

Creating A Consolidated Alarm

To create a consolidated alarm in BizTalk360 Cloud, you need to follow the steps as shown below:

  1. Log into your BizTalk360 Cloud account


  2. Click 'Manage Environment' button in the environment pane


  3. When you create a BizTalk360 Cloud alarm for the first time, the first screen will look with the default demo alarm as shown in the image below. 


  4. Click 'Manage Alarms' under Manage Monitoring section in the navigation pane


  5. Click 'New Alarm' and select 'For Consolidated Monitoring' to create a consolidated alarm that will monitor both regular and threshold conditions.




  6. Enter the Alarm name (ex: BizTalk EDI Application Monitor), enter a valid Email id (you can enter multiple email ids as comma separated values), and Alarm Description. Click Next to move to next screen to set up alert on threshold violations
  7. By default, the logged in user id will be entered in the Email Id column. The user can enter multiple email address as comma separated values to receive separate alerts to all email address.


  8. Toggle on the 'Alert on threshold violation' button and set violation persist settings as per your requirements.
  9. Click Next to enter the Health Monitoring Alert page


  10. In this page, you have the option to choose the days and times you want to receive periodic update about the health of your environment
  11. Click OK to save the alarm information


  12. The alarm will be created and you will be redirected to the Manage Alarms page. The Manage Alarms page will list the alarms that have been created for the environment.