As Azure Data Explorer (ADX) recently celebrated its one-year GA anniversary on February 9th, and for the first year anniversary this is a good time to start a monthly newsletter highlighting the progress of the service. Since this is the first edition, it will cover the many new features that have been added over the last 12 months.
Over the last year we focused on (1) addressing enterprises compliance needs (2) cost reduction and performance (3) expanding the ingestion interfaces (4) creating deep Azure Data Lake integration (5) new language capabilities (6) enhancing the data science capabilities and (7) new tools capabilities and visualizations options.
Here are more details about the features in production, there are many more enhancements in progress so stay tuned for the next editions -:)
Over the last year we worked with many companies to certify Azure Data Explorer for usage with their top secrete data, this required adding the following features:
Fully managed auto-scale provides simple experience to set the cluster auto-scale fully managed by the Azure data explorer service
The Kusto query language usage is expanding rapidly and is now exposed in different products and services including Azure Log analytics and Application Insights, Microsoft Defender ATP, Episerver, Squaredup, and Azure PlayFab. Over the last year we added many new functions and operators and made it open source in order to accelerate its adoption. Here is the detailed list:
Kusto web explorer is the web tool for ADX interactive query experience shares many experiences including the intellisense, colorizing, sharing queries and results, dark and light themes with Kusto Explorer, here are a few selected improvements:
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