Azure Log Analytics workspace upgrades in progress

Many of you are currently using Azure Log Analytics to monitor your environments for availability and performance. We want to let you know that we’re rolling out new enhancements and changes for Log Analytics, including a new query language. To take advantage of these enhancements, you’ll need to upgrade your workspaces. The upgrade is currently…


Azure Log Analytics Container Monitoring solution for Linux Service Fabric

Hello all, this is Keiko, Program Manager from the Log Analytics team. We are excited to extend our monitoring capabilities to Service Fabric containers running on Linux servers. Service Fabric on Linux as a container orchestrator is now generally available. For more details about container deployment and orchestration on Service Fabric, please see this announcement. For…


View Designer and Workspace Settings coming to Azure

Starting this week, you’ll see two existing features in Operations Management Suite (OMS) in the Azure portal: View Designer and Workspace Settings. You’ll now be able to add new data sources, view custom logs and fields, and create new OMS views within the Azure portal. You can access Workspace Settings by selecting Advanced settings under…


Container Monitoring solution general availability

Today we are announcing the general availability of the Container Monitoring solution in Log Analytics, with added features to provide better insights into your Kubernetes cluster. You can access the Container Monitoring solution from the Operations Management Suite (OMS) Solution Gallery, or in the Azure portal from the Azure Marketplace. Read the announcement on the…


Build an infrastructure monitoring solution with Service Map

Have you ever been responsible for a flaky application, and wanted to set up an automatic notification when a server, process, or connection isn’t there when it should be? Me too! And by using OMS Azure Log Analytics and Service Map, I solved my problem with the built-in features and a small bit of PowerShell….


Join the OMS Log Analytics Customer Panel

Want to see the latest feature updates, hear from other enterprise customers and get a peek into our roadmap? Then, the monthly OMS Log Analytics Customer Panel is a great meeting for you to join. This call is led by Satya Vel, one of our engineering leaders, and is an opportunity for you to hear…


VMware monitoring with OMS – Public Preview

Summary: Hello everyone. This is Keiko from the  OMS Program Management Team. After my previous blog, Monitor VMware using OMS Log Analytics, in June, we had an overwhelming response from customers. Thanks to your feedback, I was able to create a VMware Monitoring Solution, which I am happy to announce is in Public Preview. This…


Arithmetic operations meet aggregate queries in OMS

Summary: Learn how to use arithmetic expressions in aggregate queries in OMS. Hi everyone, Leyla Kazemi here, and today I want to talk about new OMS functionality that enables you to perform aggregation on arithmetic expressions in OMS. Previously, you were able to use arithmetic expressions in OMS by using the Extend command. However, you could not perform any…


Multi-level group by in OMS

Summary: Learn how to group by multiple fields in OMS. Good morning everyone, Leyla Kazemi here, and today I am happy to announce that multi-level group by is now supported in OMS Log Analytics search language. Before, you could only group by one field using OMS Search language. This new capability enables you to group by…


Agent Health solution in OMS

Summary: The Agent Health solution is now in public preview. Hi everyone, Nini here, and I’m following up from my last blog post. I am happy to announce that today you are now able to use the Agent Health solution (in public preview) and more easily view visualization of your agent heartbeat events and agent distribution…