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Analyzing Azure Monitor Log data in Azure Data Studio

How do you consume the data once you enable event logging (auditing and diagnostic) for the Azure SQL database? How do you find anomalies to alert on, establish a baseline, look at trends?
In this 100% demo session, I will show you kql magic, kql kernel, and the recently released Azure Monitor Logs extension for Azure Data Studio to consume event logs of the Azure SQL database.

Feedback link: https://sqlb.it/?7095

Starts: 11:30 10th Mar 2022
Ends: 11:50 10th Mar 2022

Q&As

Short Description
- In this 100% demo session, I will show you kql magic, kql kernel, and the recently released Azure Monitor Logs extension for Azure Data Studio to consume event logs of the Azure SQL database.
Other technologies
- If you collect logs from any Azure service using log analytics workspace, this talk is for you.

Slidedeck Link

Analyzing Azure Monitor Log data in Azure Data Studio.txt

Speakers

Taiob Ali

Tags

AzureDataOpsFuture DBAOperational DatabasesManagingMonitoringAzure SQL DatabaseManaged InstanceIntermediateHow

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