Time to Migrate Microsoft Monitoring Agent

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The Log Analytics agent will be deprecated on August 31, 2024. Therefore, if you are currently using the MMA, it is advisable to plan your migration to AMA well in advance. Over time, the Azure Monitor agent will replace the legacy monitoring agents that Azure Monitor currently employs. The Log Analytics agent is responsible for transmitting data to a Log Analytics workspace and provides support for VM insights and monitoring solutions. In addition to consolidating this functionality into a single agent, the Azure Monitor agent provides various benefits over the existing agents, such as cost savings, granular targeting through Data Collection Rules for collecting specific data types from specific machines, and improved security and performance.


Hasan Dimdik

Emirates NBD Bank | Senior Tecnhonology Engineer | Microsoft MVP |MCT

Play a key role in establishing, maintaining and enforcing standards that will ensure the platforms stability and quick provisioning, allowing agile delivery for all projects. •Resume the end-to-end responsibility of the technical authority of all Microsoft and other leveraged tools engineering function within Emirates NBD Group; this includes Office 365, Azure, MS Active Directory, Exchange, Endpoint Security •Working with the platform owner, to build and maintain a streamlined product roadmap that guarantees the product operational efficiency. This role carries key activities, such as: Standardization, Automation, Monitoring and Capacity planning. •Applying CIS Baseline policies. •Up to date with the relevant product releases and continuously conduct research and development to carefully select the features that will require to be in the relevant products backlog. •Knowledge of the Private Cloud and Hybrid cloud configurations, patterns, and practices. Experience leading enterprise deployments. •Providing technical direction and leadership in architecture, design, development and deployment of Microsoft Azure and M365 Security offset in enterprise solutions on numerous projects. •Plan and deliver the agreed standards. •Build the products Strategy and Roadmap. •Establish the product backlog that require to be addressed on quarterly basis. •Drive backlog projects to completion. •Continuous R&D and vendor engagement. •Automate the installation to achieve Zero touch unattended deployment. •Review all housekeeping activities and identify key processes that should be automated. •Design solutions that caters for enhancing the operational stability. •Address Problem tickets, Risk and Audit items in the products backlog. •Take the lead in working with the relevant stakeholders to finalize the relevant products decisions. •Provide technical guidance. •Act as a level 3 escalation point for operational activities.

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