Do not sunset the OMS mobile app until the Azure mobile app can effectively replace the functionality. The current Azure mobile application cannot display any dashboards (including Azure dashboards) nor can it display log analytics or application insights queries. This functionality is currently only available in the OMS mobile app!135 votes
We are actively seeking for feedback in this area, as this is non trivial decision for us. Based on the user voice, there seems to be some passionate supporters for this capability, yet, the number of users actively using the app remains very low. Would love to hear ideas on how to reconcile this:
1. is it just a great demo feature?
2. Which one of the features users are using – dashboards vs. search vs. alerts?
3. Could something like PowerBI be a viable alternative? If not – what’s missing?
What is planned or already possible for professional reports related to Teams and Planner ?3 votes
Please elaborate more on the scenario that you are thinking about. What exactly this integration should do?
We want to get the feature about notification.
Now, we cannot know when OMS agent will be updated.
If problem has occurred, it seems like that there is a problem suddenly.
If then, we must investigate quickly.
And we must create support request to Microsoft.
It is very noisy.
So, we suggest the new feature about updating.
<Suggestion about feature>
Azure and OMS send notification when updating is decided.
If so, we can know the information about them and we will not be confused even though what will occur2 votes
Not clear what is the scenario you tried to do. What do you mean by “module update”. What kind of problem happened?
What do you expect to do with such notification?
The agent modules are constantly updated and we can’t notify the customer each time it happen as it will become spam. This is one of the benefits of the system. Over millions of devices we have a very good track record of good servicing.
It would be much more convenient if names of performance metrics would be same between Linux and Windows machines, for example ObjectName, for Disk Write Bytes/Sec counter, is LogicalDisk for Windows and Logical Disk for Linux, such differences doesn't allow to use same queries for Linux and Windows machines, Also Linux machines are missing a lot of metrics such as "Bytes Sent/Sec" in "Network" ("Network Adapter" for Windows)1 vote
We actually heard a different opinion, with users preferring to use the familiar OS-native counter names. Let’s see what community votes on this
Possibility of embedding OMS dashboards from solutions for external Web Apps for customers.
There is the possibility of collecting data from OMS and integrate with Power BI and later embed this, but it is "raw" log information, not the pre-made dashboards in OMS solutions1 vote
Thanks for your feedback. Currently we provide rich APIs and tools to consume them. See all details here: https://dev.loganalytics.io/
Are you looking for something else?
- Don't see your idea?