Azure Data Explorer

Fast and highly scalable data exploration service.


Azure Data Explorer is a fast, fully managed data analytics service for real-time analysis on large volumes of data streaming from applications, websites, IoT devices, and more. You can use Azure Data Explorer to collect, store, and analyze diverse data to improve products, enhance customer experiences, monitor devices, and boost operations.

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After talking to Ryan Berry a little while back about OneStream's journey to Azure, the team catches back up with him to hear about how their architecture will evolve in the future to be more...
Azure Data Explorer has released three new types of external tables: PostgrSQL, MySQL, and CosmosDB SQL. These new external tables allow users to query data from these sources directly within...
Azure Data Explorer has added a new capability called "DropMappedField" to its data mappings. This feature allows users to map an object in a JSON document to a column while removing any nested...
Now generally available: managed ingestion from Azure Cosmos DB to Azure Data Explorer in near real time.
You can now interact with Azure Data Explorer in a low-code declarative fashion.
Cale and Russell talk to the Microsoft Program Manager for DevBox and Azure Deployment Environments, Sagar Chandra Reddy Lankala, about how Azure Deployment Environments can enable rapid...
The Kusto Emulator is now available as a Linux Docker Container!
Azure Data Explorer now supports ingestion of data from .NET Applications via the NLog Sink.
Azure Data Explorer Bindings for Azure Functions (Public Preview)
Users can now run their most sensitive data workloads in ADX clusters on AMD-based confidential VM SKUs.
Azure Monitor Log Alerts is expanding to support monitoring based on data that stored in Azure Data Explorer (ADX) tables, empowering customers to leverage ADX without compromising their service...
Azure Functions – May update With Microsoft Build happening, the team wanted to give an update on the latest releases in Azure Functions since the previous update in early January Azure Functions...
Azure Data Explorer now supports geospatial analysis with three new functions: geo_point_buffer, geo_line_buffer, and geo_polygon_buffer. These functions let you create polygonal buffers around...
Welcome back to Armchair Architects as part of the Azure Enablement Show. We've talked a bit on this show in the past about how applications and workloads have changed, but what's that doing to...
You can connect your Azure Stream Analytics job to Azure Data Explorer / Kusto clusters using managed private endpoints
Azure Data Explorer now supports ingestion of data from .NET Applications via the Serilog Sink.
We are thrilled to announce the much-anticipated General Availability of ADX Dashboards!
Find partners for Azure Data Explorer. Our new partner program aims to connect customers and partners with ease.
Sometimes we need to get iteration index in Foreach loop for data processing, one resolution is to set the "Concurrency Control" to 1 and use a variable as index which always be added by 1 for...
The team catches up with April Edwards to learn about the benefits of using Bicep to deploy Azure resources.   Media...