Daniele Muscetta (Operational Insights, Program Manager)

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    Currently, you can add your users fro the ‘settings’ page and invite either LiveID or AAD users/groups to access the workspace directly from https://preview.opinsights.azure.com/

    You can have direct agents and SCOM management groups that live in different subscriptions than the one the workspace is linked to. The only scenario that is limited at the moment is ingesting data from storage accounts (WAD data). We are investigating for how many this is important enough to allow cross-subscription reading of Storage accounts.

    Also read this other thread for an additional requirement we have heard in this area http://feedback.azure.com/forums/267889-azure-operational-insights/suggestions/6519233-improve-multitenancy-for-managed-services-provider#comments

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    Azure WebSites write to WAD in a different folder structure. The work of this other idea http://feedback.azure.com/forums/267889-azure-operations-insights/suggestions/6519377-collect-iis-logs-from-windows-azure-diagnostics-st enables reading those IIS logs for Azure Cloud Services (i.e. web role instances) but not for Azure Web sites.
    This new idea is for the latter scope.

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    Here the requirement is clear/obvious. We just have not prioritized this work yet.

    The overall ‘performance’ data collection needs to be refined – not just for Linux.

    Right now we only collect/provide hourly aggregates of some specific performance counters related to HyperV for the ‘Capacity Intelligence Pack’ scenario.

    Real time monitoring scenario might need some different shape of performance data to start with, before we enable this for Linux or for Windows alike, i.e. http://feedback.azure.com/forums/267889-azure-operational-insights/suggestions/6519061-collect-custom-windows-performance-counters

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    Hi,

    Thanks for offering this feature. Currently the plan is to upgrade the portal with many new features, the timeline is being re-designed as part of it.
    Until that, I can only recommend you to use the query to generate charts that describe this in the manner that fits your data best.

    We’ve recently upgraded the query language. Here’s an example of the new syntax, using 3-hour bins over the last two days of events:
    Event
    | where TimeGenerated > now(-2d)
    | summarize count() by bin(TimeGenerated, 3h)
    | render timechart

    Regards,
    Noa

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