Tag: search

Less Than 2000 Time Slices Error in OMS Log Analytics – Resolution

I’ve seen a lot of people having the following error appear when they do measurement functions in OMS Log Analytics Search:

Intervals for aggregate functions must result in less than 2000 time slices Unexpected ‘measure’ at position XX.

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Why My Newly Added Event Log to OMS Not Appearing in Search

This blog post it is kind of short tip but also something you should pay attention to.

You might end up adding a event log to OMS but the events from that log not appearing in OMS. Continue reading “Why My Newly Added Event Log to OMS Not Appearing in Search”

Publish your Module to PowerShell Gallery with Azure Automation Connection

Recently PowerShell Gallery received a feature that you can deploy Modules from PowerShell Gallery to Azure Automation (part of OMS). You can upload PowerShell Modules to Azure Automation with little or not change to the module. If you want to make your PowerShell module more appealing and easy to use in Azure Automation you can create so called Connection. You can read more here. Recently I was able to confirm that if you publish your PowerShell Module with Connection to the PowerShell gallery that Connection will be imported as well when you import your module to Azure Automation. Continue reading “Publish your Module to PowerShell Gallery with Azure Automation Connection”

Programmatically Search Operations Management Suite

At Ignite Jo Chan showed us how we can now execute Search queries trough Operations Management Suite API which is basically Azure Resource Manager API. He demonstrated that with a tool called ARMClient. That tool seems nice but I wanted to get results with PowerShell as it is more familiar to me. Continue reading “Programmatically Search Operations Management Suite”

Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – SQL Assessment (Part 7)

During the last couple of months System Center Advisor or as probably will be known as Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview after TechEd Europe 2014 has received a lot of improvements and feature so we are now to Part 7. With this blog post I am also renaming all other blog posts. Here is the full list:

In this post we will have a quick look at a new intelligence pack called SQL Assessment: Continue reading “Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – SQL Assessment (Part 7)”

Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – Time Matters in Dashboard (Part 6)

So far I’ve covered almost every Intelligence Pack. Last week a new feature “My Dashboard” was released. This is one of the features I’ve voted on. With this short post I want to share a tip how to make your tiles in My Dashboard more useful. Continue reading “Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Preview Series – Time Matters in Dashboard (Part 6)”

Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell RC is available

Microsoft® Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell®  helps scripters find Windows PowerShell scripts, snippets, modules, and how-to guidance in online repositories such as the TechNet Script Center Repository, PoshCode, local or network file systems and Bing Search Repository. Microsoft® Script Explorer enables:

  • Integrated community and Microsoft resources to help you unlock the power of Windows PowerShell.
  • Seamless searching across online repositories to locate script samples relevant to you.
  • Establishing and searching local, network, and corporate script repository is easy.

I recommend this application to every engineer who uses PowerShell. It will help you to find PowerShell solutions more easily.

You can download the tool from here.