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Azure Monitor – Restrict Log Analytics Query Results to Business Days and Business Hours

Hello readers, Today I am back with another post to discuss one of the common needs that customers have: retrieving data in a given business interval. The interval could one or more days, one or more hours as well as ... continue reading
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Azure Monitor – Alert notification via Teams

Hi there, Bruno Gabrielli here again to talk about how to get alert notification using a Teams channel. I apologize because this s is going to be a long post with all the steps to achieve the notification goals, so ... continue reading
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Set Your Alert State Using Azure Automation

Hello blog readers One of recurring questions during my customer engagements on Azure Monitor is: how do I set alert state to either Acknowledged or Closed with no manual intervention? This question is broader and deeper than it appears. In ... continue reading
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Managing Hybrid Runbook Worker At Scale

Hello readers , The Azure Automation question of today is: how can we manage (registration or de-registration) the Hybrid Runbook Workers (HRW) at scale? In this automated world, it is fool to think that we need to go each computer ... continue reading
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Making Azure Data Explorer Queries More Efficient – Part 2

Hello readers, Bruno Gabrielli here again and today I want to welcome you on the Making Azure Data Explorer Queries More Efficient – Part 2. In Making Log Analytics Queries More Efficient – Part 1 I started discussing about one ... continue reading
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Maintain Your Microsoft Monitoring Agent Up To Date With Azure Automation

Hi there . Today, I am here again, to present one of the possible solutions to keep the Microsoft Monitoring Agent (MMA) installed on your virtual machine up to date with roughly 0 effort. The reason why I started playing ... continue reading
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How To Flush Microsoft Monitoring Agent Cache Using Azure Automation

Greetings from Bruno  The question of the day is how can we make sure our Log Analytics agent (aka Microsoft Monitoring Agent (MMA)) is always working properly to include an up to date configuration? Have you ever experienced a situation ... continue reading
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Making Log Analytics Queries More Efficient – Part 1

  Hello folks, Bruno Gabrielli here again.   While there are lots of good resources about writing Log Analytics queries and many blog posts have been written, today I would like to point your attention to something that I am ... continue reading
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Azure Log Analytics – Data retention by type in real life

Hello everybody, Bruno here again together with my Azure Sentinel colleague @sifriger (credits to you mate to have brought what we’re going to present to my attention). Today, I’ll walk you through the setting of different retention for a Azure Log Analytics ... continue reading
Be Aware, Azure Security Center CSV Reports is Now Generally Available!

Be Aware, Azure Security Center CSV Reports is Now Generally Available!

Hello Security universe, Today I came across an interesting news directly from the Product Group. After quite some time, one of the most-asked/wanted feature request by customers on Azure Security Center (ASC) was completed and finally released. Yes, this feature ... continue reading