Sending Log Analytics tables and charts per email with a Logic App

You probably know Azure Log Analytics: a log repository and analysis system in Azure Monitor able to process millions of logs with queries that produce results in multiple formats, such as tables or charts. Before I start, a brief note about nomenclature: Azure Log Analytics used to be an Azure service of its own, optionally … Continue reading Sending Log Analytics tables and charts per email with a Logic App

Azure Service Map REST API samples

You probably know what Azure Service Map is: a service that can analyze traffic in your data center and display application dependencies. This can be extremely useful for different purposes, such as deciding which VMs can be moved to the public cloud, and in which order. This picture shows a screenshot of the type of … Continue reading Azure Service Map REST API samples

From Zero to Hero with Azure Monitor and custom dashboards

OK, you have found this great new Azure Service. It does all you ever wanted, so after deciding you are going to use it in production, the next question pops up: how to monitor it? The first immediate answer is that what Azure Monitor is there for! Which begs for the next question: what can … Continue reading From Zero to Hero with Azure Monitor and custom dashboards