There are no good ways to remove data from TSI, especially during development its a pain to recreate TSI's because you can't go back and change data and if you rerun the datasets you get duplicate datapoints, at the very least an update feature should be present that is based on the event time.65 votes
This feature is in roadmap and will be exposed as part of significant platform evolution we’ll excited be rolling out targeting ~ early 2022 which will also increase scale, query performance and expose KQL flexibility to our users for a richer timeseries analysis experience, thanks for your patience while we’re heads down delivering this next wave of innovation for TSI customers.
Chris Novak [MSFT] TSI PM Lead.
Add support for UNIX timestamp from device as timestamp field (actually only ISO format is supported)9 votes
Time Series Insights doesn't have a de-duplication feature. Today duplicates are just stored in TSI and that makes the query results wrong. We have the need for de-duplication and also upsert to replace or enrich existing time series.5 votes
I would like to use an existing Kafka stream to get data into Azure Time Series Insights, but the only event sources are Event Hubs or IoT Hub. Adding support for open-source such as Apache Kafka, Rabbit MQ, Active MQ, etc. would enable a lot of different scenarios.2 votes
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