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The ago() Function in KQL

Robert Cain continues a series on learning the Kusto Query Language:

The ago function is very similar to the now function, which was discussed in my previous post Fun With KQL – Now. In this article we’ll take a look at ago, see how it works and how it differs from now.

We’ll be using both the print operator and the now function in this post, so if you aren’t familiar with them please go read my articles Fun With KQL – Print and Fun With KQL – Now.

Click through for proper use of ago().