General availability: Updates for resource configuration changes
Published date: 06 June, 2022
Resource configuration changes enables you to query across your subscriptions and tenant to discover changes to your resources with Azure Resource Graph.
- Find when changes were detected on an Azure Resource Manager property
- See property change details for each resource change
- Query changes at scale across your subscriptions, management group, or tenant
Audit, troubleshoot, and govern your resource changes at scale
By using Azure Resource Graph to query your resource changes, you can craft charts and pin results to Azure dashboards based on specific change queries.
Resource changes can be queried with Resource Graph, which supports querying at the resource, resource group, subscription, management group, and tenant scopes. With one query you can get details about all the deleted, created, and/or modified resources in your environment.
On by default
No onboarding is required. This is a platform feature that is enabled by default and available at no additional cost.
With the latest post-GA release of resource configuration changes, the change retention has been increased to 14 days and we have several optimisations to reduce noise from system properties. These updates also include support for the Azure Government clouds.
Learn how to start querying changes in our documentation. To request additional functionality in this area, you can suggest an idea via our new feedback forum.
17 February, 2022