I can today make querys and export to visualize in Power BI. It would be nice to somehow easier connect from Power BI to Resource Graph to visualize Resources.23 votes
You can use Resource Graph Explorer in the Azure Portal to do queries and save and pin to your Azure dashboard. Would this serve your scenario.
Ability to store Azure resource changes for more than 14 days17 votes
How many days do you want the changes to be stored? and where do you want to store them?
For scenarios where we need the resources to be synced into an external store, we want the history so that I don't need to scan all the resources again.8 votes
Would you be able to further explain your scenarios? Are you looking for snapshots of your resources at different times, or are you looking to track changes made to the resources?
Lots of work being done in GraphQL that are well aligned w what is done via Kusto and gets to a more common language and structure. Agreed gql is more complex than Kusto, but be helpful.1 vote
Please share how you are using GQL and how this alignment will help
It would be great to add ability to capture the user/owner information for all resource types in Resource Graph. Currently, for a lot of resource types, e.g., Machine Learning Services Workspace, etc., the user/owner information is not available in the resource graph. Which is a critical information a lot of customers are looking for.1 vote
Is the owner the creator, or is the owner a field that you would like to designate and modify? If the latter, does the use of tags solve your scenario?
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