Microsoft Azure Telemetry
Telemetry is a functionality of Azure Cloud that can track the activity of an Ipposnif instance installed on a virtual machine.
You can monitor the virtual machine and the Ipposnif activity with charts like this:

Azure Telemetry Charts

When telemetry is active Ipposnif sends, every four minutes, the following information to the telemetry collector:

  1. Balance (current available balance for betting)
  2. Liability (current liability)
  3. Processes (count of processes in the last minute excluding external API requests)
  4. Errors (count of Service Broker errors in the four minutes)
  5. API Requests (count of API requests in the last minute)
  6. getPrices net ms (average response time of the getPrices Betfair API)
  7. getPrices CPU ms (average processing time of the getPrices Betfair API)
  8. Main Clock ms (average processing time of the sp_Main procedure, the heartbeat of Ipposnif)
  9. TrigBet ms (average processing time of the betting procedure, where conditions are checked and bet created)
  10. IpposnifDB Data Size (size of the Ipposnif database. It can never overcome 10000 Mb).
  11. Transactions (count of transactions in the last hour, when it greater than 1000 you are subject to (heavy) Betfair fees)

To get these charts, first, you have to create a new Azure virtual machine and install Ipposnif on it.
Then in the Azure Cloud Management Console add a new resource of type "Application Insights".
Once you have created the new resource, copy the Instrumentation key you can find in the properties and paste it into the dedicated textbox in the Ipposnif options.
Wait some minutes (5-10) until Ipposnif has sent some data to the telemetry collector.
Then in the telemetry property page click the link “Metric Explorer”, click “edit” on the empty chart that will appear. Choose the metrics you want to add to this chart. You will find the Ipposnif ones inside the group "Custom".
The aggregation type to apply is “max” for the metrics "IpposnifDB Data Size" and "Transactions", the type is "sum" for metric "Errors", the type is “average” for all the other metrics