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1/2/2019 Log Analytics Updated Features Until now, clicking charts and tables in Log Analytics solutions and views has opened the classic log search page. Starting in early January, solutions and views will open the new Logs UX instead, offering an improved query editor and a full schema view. Link Link Details
12/20/2018 Log Analytics Region Update Azure Log Analytics is part of Azure Monitor. It collects telemetry from a variety of sources and uses the query language from Data Explorer to retrieve and analyze data. Log Analytics is now available and can be built in West US 2. Link Link Details
10/3/2018 Log Analytics Documentation Update The language documentation site of Azure Log Analytics and Application Insights has been merged into the standard Log Analytics documentation. Link Link Details
8/30/2018 Log Analytics Updated Feature The Analytics portal in Azure Application Insights and the Advanced Analytics portal in Azure Log Analytics are now part of the Azure portal. The new log experience in the Azure portal enables: Multiple tabs—use as many tabs as you want to run multiple queries. Rich visualizations—choose from a variety of charting options. Improved IntelliSense and language auto-completion. Syntax highlighting—read queries more easily. Column selection—select the columns of the results table, and their order. Query explorer—access your saved queries and functions within the editor. Schema view—review the full schema of your data. Share—create links to queries, or pin queries to any shared Azure dashboard. The new experience is already available in the Azure portal as Logs (preview) under Log Analytics and as Analytics under Application Insights. The current experience will continue to be available as Logs in Log Analytics. The external Analytics portal remains up and running, for those who prefer to keep using it outside the Azure portal. Link Link Details
8/3/2018 Log Analytics Updated Feature An updated connector for System Center Operations Manager for Log Analytics is now available. This update provides support for new APIs. Link Link Details
7/26/2018 Log Analytics Preview Feature Metric alerts for logs are now in public preview, with no signup or enablement process. All customers with Azure Log Analytics workspaces in the regions of West Europe, East US, and West Central can now start creating metric alerts for supported logs. Link Link Details
7/24/2018 Log Analytics Updated Feature If you’re using custom logs in Azure Log Analytics, you might have noticed that these tables no longer show up under the schema “Log Management” category. Where did they go? The answer is simple—we’ve created a separate, dedicated category named “Custom Logs,” so you can quickly access these special tables. Link Details
7/18/2018 Log Analytics New Feature In Azure Log Analytics, you can now easily select your active workspace with the Select workspace button, available from the top of the schema pane. (It's also available in Azure Application Insights Analytics, offering application selection.) The selector is added to each one of your tabs, so you can query a different workspace in each query editor tab for your convenience. Link Details
7/2/2018 Log Analytics New Feature Two new features are available for users of Azure Log Analytics and Azure Application Insights Analytics with any query-based tiles pinned to an Azure dashboard: The tiles are resizable. You can make the most important charts more prominent, and you can make charts with less importance (or data fidelity required) smaller. You can edit the query that the tile is based on from within the dashboard. No more having to open Analytics, re-pin the tile, and unpin the old tile. Link Link Details
4/24/2018 Log Analytics Retiring Feature The Log Search API has been replaced with the Azure Log Analytics REST API. The REST API supports the new query language, as well as higher query limits in terms of the number of returned rows and payload size. The PowerShell cmdlet Get-AzureRmOperationalInsightsSearchResults has been replaced with the Invoke-LogAnalyticsQuery cmdlet, which also supports the new query language. The Log Search API will be deprecated during the week of April 30, 2018. Calls made to the Log Search API after its deprecation date will return a 410 error code, along with this message: "Log Search API is deprecated and has been replaced with the new Azure Log Analytics REST API." Link Link Details

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