Julie Koesmarno shows off the Kusto Query Language magic in Azure Data Studio notebooks:
To do this, you’ll need to ensure that you have Kqlmagic installed. See Install and set up Kqlmagic in a notebook. Then in a notebook, you can load Kqlmagic with
%reload_ext Kqlmagicin a code cell.
The next step is then in a new code cell, you can start connecting to a Log Analytics workspace. There are three ways to do so (roughly – as I’m also learning in this space too):
1. Using Azure Active Directory Device Login authentication.
2. Using Az CLI login
3. Using Client Secret
Read on for one example using Azure AD authentication.