#AzureMonitor and #LogicApps: Using Logic Apps to send reports from Azure Monitor Logs data

Sometimes, we want to be able to email the output of a query from Azure Monitor Logs, and creating an alert rule is not appropriate. Examples of this could be the current state of specific services, a list of agents that have not sent a heartbeat in a certain amount of time, or a list … Continue reading #AzureMonitor and #LogicApps: Using Logic Apps to send reports from Azure Monitor Logs data

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#AzureMonitor: Monitoring Windows services with Azure Monitor

Another question we are asked regularly is how to use the Azure Monitor tools to create visibility on Windows service health. One of the best options for monitoring of services across Windows and Linux leverages off the Change Tracking solution in Azure Automation. In this blog post, my colleague Anders and I look at how … Continue reading #AzureMonitor: Monitoring Windows services with Azure Monitor

Azure Log Analytics and Grafana – Data Source creation failed

I’ve been playing around with connecting Grafana to Azure Monitor and Azure Log Analytics for dashboarding purposes, and ran into an issue with the creation of the data source. It succeeded on creation for Azure Monitor, but returned an error relating to authentication for the Log Analytics portion that looks like this: 1. Successfully queried … Continue reading Azure Log Analytics and Grafana – Data Source creation failed

#Azure and #LogAnalytics: Move workspaces in bulk

I had a request from a customer recently to help them move all their Log Analytics workspaces into a new subscription, so wrote a quick script for this purpose.This script in its current form will:Connect to the specified subscription ($OldSub)Get all the workspaces in that subscriptionMove the workspaces to the specified subscription ($NewSub)Prompt for confirmation … Continue reading #Azure and #LogAnalytics: Move workspaces in bulk