Develop Azure Dashboards using Azure Monitor and KQL

 
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Azure Monitor (AM) helps us to find the availability and the performance of our applications and services. Using Azure monitor we can collect, analyze and act on telemetry on both cloud and on-premises environments. Azure monitor collects the data in two different ways, metrics and logs. Metric data can be explored via Metric explorer and log data can be queried via Kusto Query Language (KQL). In this session we will see, how we can collect the data, analyze the data using KQL and develop insights and pin them into Azure Dashboard.

Speaker

Muralidharan Deenathayalan

Quaticate, Associate Director - Software Development

Muralidharan Deenathayalan is a software architect specialist with a decade of successful experience in architecting and building software solutions to solve business problems. At present, Murali is doing Digital Transformation with the help of Artificial Intelligence and Microsoft Stack. He specializes in content management technologies including SharePoint, Alfresco and regularly attends national & international conference, training sessions to understand new technology trends, such as SharePoint Online, Azure etc. A strong believer in the power of positive thinking in the workplace, Murali regularly develops internal technical sessions to mentor employees within the organization also. He will be more helpful on Alfresco and StackOverflow forums by providing solutions for the community people. Murali enjoys long driving but can also be found on aquarium whenever visits the new place.

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