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There is currently only a manual option to export PIM logs to a CSV file. It would be especially helpful for admins to be able to automatically export the logs to a Log Analytics workspace and have the ability to create workbooks with the data.
We know there're many updates are patching in the backend of Azure. And we know most of them will not effect the customers. But sometimes it'll reboot the services, like Azure MySQL, VPN Gateway. This would be a problem if it occurs in the application busy time.If Azure can notify the customer in advance for the updates rebooting the services, they can do some preparation for the outage.
It would be nice to add AD service app role to a service principal (e.g. to Azure Event Grid Service Principal) via Azure CLI.Currently it is only possible via Powershell's command New-AzureADServiceAppRoleAssignment.More info: https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/74686
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After February 1st 2010, it's going to be tough for developers/freelancers/hobbiest to learn, test and deploy azure applications as it's going to be billed for everything. Like Google AppEngine (http://code.google.com/appengine/whyappengine.html#norisk) Azure should provide free offering for developers with some similar limitations and if the usage goes beyond, one can enter in billing.
It could be interesting to be able to take advantage of the feature immutable storage with Azure Backup's, at the blob level, to protect against attackers who delete backups. The soft delete (recycle bin) feature is not enough because it can be disabled.Note that immutable blob storage already exists at the level of a storage account.
We need more granularity for the delegation of azure app permissions to developers and administrators.Administrators and developers require that an app must be restricted to a specific group of users or objects. For a group in a single tenant, there is no granular authorization for groups of users or objects (such as Sharepoint online sites, teams and other resources).Developers can do this by using popular authorization patterns, such as: B. Azure's role-based access control (Azure RBAC). However, this approach involves a considerable amount of work for developers.We would like a delegation of authorizations in a single tenant to groups of users and resources.Example: Restrict the App Permission to access only sharepoint sites with a filter prefix like /sites/Contoso1_ or other attributes
In some situation, Body part of HTTP DELETE request is important to execute DELETE operation in origin Server.But Azure Akamai CDN do not deliver body part of HTTP DELETE.This means that the kind of CDN will lose the body part in this HTTP method.This is really bad to some web structure to realize operation when we use Azure Akamai CDN.We are hoping that Body part of HTTP DELETE request can be enable d in Azure Akamai CDN
Many of my customer would like to see RI actual saving cost in Azure Portal. Please add actual saving cost at RI usage view.https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cost-management-billing/reservations/manage-reserved-vm-instance#view-reservation-use-in-the-azure-portal