Access Resource Graph through Kusto.Explorer
It would be great to access Azure Resource Graph through our normal tooling of Kusto.Explorer to enable our normal workflows, and storage of queries through our normal Git repositories.
John Joyner commented
This is real important to our MSP/MSSP operations for automated workflows resulting from customer Azure Monitor alerts and Azure Sentinel incidents. Use case: Azure Monitor metric alert rule fires on loss of MMA heartbeat for Azure Arc server. We want automation to check the properties.status value of the microsoft.hybridcompute/machines resource to see if the Azure Arc agent has reported status recently. Presently we have to use REST HTTP to query the API and this is cumbersome.
Andreas de Ruiter commented
The reason I voted for this idea is that it would let me build queries where I join it with data from other Kusto databases. Basically like you can also query Application Insights from Kusto Data Explorer. This would enable powerful monitoring solutions, because you can combine the info from the Azure Resource graph with Log Analytics, App Insights and your own Kusto clusters. Basically I would like direct access to the Kusto cluster.