As mentioned in my post yesterday, the cmdlet Get-AzureRmOperationalInsightsSearchResults does not support the Kusto query language. Nor does the cmdlet Get-AzureRmOperationalInsightsSavedSearch. The only way to get search results is to use the “native” OMS query language. For that reason, I have created an issue on the Azure PowerShell Github repository. Hopefully Kusto will be supported Read more about Missing support of Kusto in OMS queries in PowerShell[…]
Microsoft released an option to upgrade OMS to use the Kusto for querying data in Log Analytics. The release is in public preview so bugs are still expected.
One bug I discovered breaks the whole automation part of OMS. I’m currently performing a PoC at a customer, where OMS alerts must kick-off Azure Automation Runbooks. The JSON payload is vital in this project. Unfortunately, the payload is broken!
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