Compared to Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure's out-of-the-box insights into your Kubernetes cluster are not that great. You do not have views into what is going on within your cluster, and while there are metrics available they are only the for the host machines—for example, you can see the CPU utilization as in the following screenshot:
Along the same lines, you can launch the Kubernetes dashboard using the following command (making sure you replace the resource group and name with your own):
$ az aks browse --resource-group KubeResourceGroup --name AzureKubeCluster
Fear not though, there is the Container Monitoring solution; ...