Logging in Azure

Kevin Feasel

2019-07-16

Cloud

Rolf Tesmer has a detailed post covering how and what to log when using Azure for a modern data warehouse:

In my view – what often doesn’t get enough attention up front are the critical aspects of monitoring, auditing and availability. Thankfully, these are generally not too difficult to plug-in at any point in the delivery cycle, but as like with most things in cloud there are just so many different options to consider!

So the purpose of this blog is to focus on the key areas of Azure Services Monitoring and Auditing for the Azure Modern Data Platform architecture.

Click through for examples from a number of different Azure services.

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