Improve multitenancy for managed services providers
Currently we can have one subscription per MG and/or consolidate multiple MGs into one single subscription. What's missing is the ability to have groups of different systems from the same MG to report to different subscriptions. In management as a service scenario for SMB customers it's often impractical to have 1 MG per customer, rather multiple customers are consolidated into one infrastructure (MG) and then access is limited via scoping. Bring this to Advisor, please.
MSP asks have been addressed with feature updates with in Product. If there is still any request not covering the scenario please voice it out. Thank you.
Documentation Reference for existing supportability – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-monitor/platform/service-providers
The only thing really missing is a way to get activity logs from client tenants to our central OMS workspace in our own tenant.....
What improvment will we see in the future? Is it possible to split data per ActiveDirectory?
Benedikt Althaus commented
Any news on that?
At the moment OMS is not really usable for multi tenancy.
We would like to get rid of the SCOM instances and go into azure oms allover, but therefor this is beside the missing api on oft the biggest showstopper.
Making this Multi Tenanted would make this solution a game changer for Partners. Thanks. Ben Laycock
Calling all managed service providers :-)
I'm doing a deep dive on what is needed to improve support for managed service providers and I'd love for you to send me and e-mail -
and we can discuss how to make this better.
same requirement. The idea of a workspace of workspaces would work for us, but has the disadvantage that we would have to configure thresholds for every account...
same requirement, service based workspaces, server role based , production , preproduction and able to build dashboards, queries against multiple workspaces, like a porfolio status