One of the most advantageous features of ADS is that it allows the creation of customized widgets. With the help of the widgets, we can easily visualize the result of the queries using different graph types. In this context, building the performance monitoring widgets can be a reasonable approach so that we can track the performance metrics readily. Now, let’s learn how to build a custom widget with a very straightforward example.
I haven’t tried this before in Azure Data Studio but I can see the benefit, especially if you have a common set of queries you intend to run to observe the status of a given server.