Access read only Dashboard directly from URL
Maybe IT can be (partially) achieved by RBAC but we would like to have the possibility to access a read-only version of the dashboard just bij entering a URL. The dashboard should not have a timeout. this way we can put the dashboard on a big screen (and when the possibility of multiple dashboard is enabled) we kan put multiple big screens on our service desk.
Access to this dashboard should be restricted by IP address and/or an URL or something like this.
This is doable with Azure Dashboards: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-portal/azure-portal-dashboards
Wanis Elabbar at MITA commented
Please address the issue appropriately. The request is not actually completed! We require the ability to publish a dashboard OUTSIDE of Azure
Joseph Duke commented
Also looking for a solution to this request.
jep, me too ...
Baker, Curtis commented
Also looking for the ability to expose a dashboard to anyone who has a corporate AD account.
Come on Microsoft, can we get some clarification here? The original question was asked over 4 YEARS AGO.
Same here. I'm looking for dashboard anonymous access.
I am also looking for anonymous access to a dashboard. We have health metrics that we would like to display to non-subscription owners. Please let me know if this is possible
Mark Gardner commented
This issue is marked as closed but should not be so. The original request was for the ability to delegate access to dashboards without requiring authentication. There is currently no way to expose dashboards to an anonymous audience.
I thought this dashboard was referring to the one inside of Log Analytics?
Anonymous access to Azure Dashboards? That was my first thought, but it doesn't seem possible.
The first line in the linked doc says:
You can create multiple dashboards and share them with others who have access to your Azure subscriptions.
Kiosk access with a simple URL doesn't allow for user credentials, hence doesn't have access to the Azure subscription in any way.
I hope I'm missing something?
An updated response from OMS Log Analytics Team would be nice :)
Bob Haselmann commented
Same here. We want to view dashboards via a kiosk in our work area. The system will only accept a url. Looking forward to options.
Steve Martin commented
I am very interested in this. In order to use the data operationally we need to be able to design views that can either be accessed via URL or some other method. Look at how New Relic creates dashboards you can share. Also being able to manipulate the tiles or at least rearrange the order that they are displayed would be nice. Look at Azure home screen designer where you can move and size tiles.
Really looking forward to seeing this feature. Out tech support is currently having to manually refresh the dashboard and has to deal with the timeout. we even had out Outlook.com which had read-only permission to the dashboard be suspended because MS flagged it as malicious (we have a browser extension that force a refresh on the dashboard every two minutes.)