This session will cover the options for exploring logs in Azure, as well as various use cases for analyzing logs, streaming them to different sources, or storing them for archival purposes. At a high level, the talk will highlight the use cases and available options for Diagnostic Logs, including: Log Analytics workspace Streaming logs to other sources Logs archival to Azure Storage Connecting logs to integrated solutions
Zameer Fouzan is a Senior Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic with a solid background in full-stack development. He is passionate about web development, Cloud Native, OSS & O11y, and enjoys staying up-to-date with the latest trends in the developer world. Zameer enjoys sharing his knowledge and assisting other developers in achieving success.
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