Quite often, I get a request to share Azure resource data to different teams. I am a great fan of Azure PowerShell and REST API. However, Azure Resource Graph using Kusto Query Language (KQL) is super awesome for this purpose. In this blog post, let me walk you through a few real-world queries I used at my workplace.
5 seconds of difference is an enormous difference. Because it is for one subscription with 200+ VM’s imagine if we have 100+ subscriptions. Try out the Azure Resource Graph and Kusto and get your reporting on time. In my next blog post, let me share some additional real-world examples.
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