Add scheduled log search query alert at specific time
We used to configure log search based alerts that done one check diary (period of 1440 and frequency of 1440 )
. For example; backup jobs checks, ADFA
activities and pipelines runs and any other log based check you must need.
If I want those alerts fire at 08:00 o'clock I must set up the alert at 08:00h. This works fine.
It would be great we could set the exact time to launch the query like cron
Is there any traction on this, Microsoft?
Please give us this
Yeah this is a feature we have been craving for and is limiting our monitoring abilities.
It would be great if this is been implemented.
Peter Selch Dahl commented
We also need a "Alert frequency" in days or days of the week. For example we need to send a alerts about "Computers missing security updates" once every week or just one time every month a couple of days after patch tuesday
Hélder Pinto commented
Most of us have monitoring rules that are somehow different in the week end (or at night), just because some resources are left down. For example, I wanted to create an alert for when a particular VM was not started by automation on week days. Although I can easily set up that query to work on week days, it will unnecessary trigger an alert on weekends. Therefore, having a more advanced scheduler for alerts would be great, such as this: "check for this alert every X minutes with <everyday|weekdays|specific> recurrency"