Push to web is on our roadmap and we will update once we have a more concrete ETA.Anonymous commented
When will this be available?
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We have recently published an article – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/log-analytics/log-analytics-data-ingestion-time that details various aspects of data ingestion time for Log Analytics, and clarifies distinction between the financially-backed SLA and our Service-Level Objectives. In fact, the typical latency to ingest data into Log Analytics is between 3 and 10 minutes, with 95% of data ingested in less than 7 minutes.
We are also actively working to bring this latency down even further, and many customers already report that they experienced a significant improvement, but more is coming.
Nothing concrete planned for this type of “dynamic queue” functionality. For now recommend either using IBinding or leveraging the storage queues SDK in function. Will keep on here to help get votes as we continue to spec out backlog.
This is perfect for what I need now. Is there an example of how to accomplish this in C# that I can use as reference?Anonymous shared this idea ·
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