We can query Azure AD roles in PIM for our conformity report but have to log-in to the portal manually for PIM roles on Azure Resource.
Works for PowerBI Admin Roles but not for "Contributor" role in Subscription X.10 votes
Can you please provide more details on what your scenario is here? Specifically, how you’re expecting AAD results and how this ties into PowerBI.
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?
We love the Grafana plugins for Log Analytics, Appinsights, ADE. Can we see a plugin for Azure Resource Graph next?7 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.
Allow Azure Resource Graph service output to be stored in Azure blob storage automatically based on time2 votes
Hi! Please provide more information around why this is useful, how you plan on sending output to storage automatically (since that part is a bit vague), and any other explanations of your scenarios would help us understand.
We’d be happy to discuss further.
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.2 votes
The Azure Resource Graph (ARG) team is actively investigating the scenarios around supporting GraphQL for querying ARG. To help us better understand the use-cases and to determine which implementations may be viable to address the scenarios, we would appreciate if you could fill out this 5-minute survey: https://aka.ms/GraphQLSupport
I would like to query to find AAD App Registrations and AAD Groups. We would use this to replace how we are automating orphaned app regisrations and unassigned AAD groups.1 vote
How would you expect to query this information and what are the scenarios where this would help you out?
For the former question — Specifically, are you looking to query using something like the following snippet below? We’d appreciate your feedback and further details.
| where id == “….”
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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