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Welcome to contoso.se! My name is Anders Bengtsson and this is my blog about Microsoft infrastructure and system management. I am a principal engineer in the FastTrack for Azure team, part of Azure CXP, at Microsoft. Contoso.se has two main purposes, first as a platform to share information with the community and the second as a notebook for myself.

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Anders Bengtsson

MVP
MVP awarded 2007,2008,2009,2010

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Service Manager Unleashed
Service Manager Unleashed
Orchestrator Unleashed
Orchestrator 2012 Unleashed
OMS
Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite

Contoso.se

Welcome to contoso.se! My name is Anders Bengtsson and this is my blog about Azure infrastructure and system management. I am a senior engineer in the FastTrack for Azure team, part of Azure Engineering, at Microsoft.  Contoso.se has two main purposes, first as a platform to share information with the community and the second as a notebook for myself.

Everything you read here is my own personal opinion and any code is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties.



MVP awarded 2007,2008,2009,2010

My Books

Service Manager Unleashed


Orchestrator 2012 Unleashed


Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite

Workbook Template

Today I want to share a workbook template that I often use. It has some basic parameters for subscription, tags, timeframe, VMs and workspace. The “services” parameter use tags to list virtual machines. For example if I select SAP from the services drop down, all virtual machines with a tag service set SAP will be visualized in the Virtual Machines drop down box.

The following images shows to the Service and Virtual Machines parameters are configured. The last image shows an example of using both Timeframe and Virtual Machines parameters in a Kusto query.

You can download the template in Gallery Template format here.


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