I’m redoing an old post on how to find Azure Log Analytics keys, because a lot has changed in both azure and Log Analytics since I wrote the last post. If you came here from that post or found via your favorite search engine, you’re now in the right place.
Your Log Analytics keys are no longer under Advanced Settings, they’re under Agents management.
You now get two separate tabs, one for Windows and one for Linux.
Its now even easier to find azure Log Analytics keys for agent management. I especially like how they now give you the Linux Agent command which includes the workspace ID and primary key already populated in the command.
Expect a post on that when more information is out on how to handle that for both Azure VMs and your on Prem VMs.
Hi, I’m Billy York. I’m a Consultant at Microsoft, former Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, specializing in monitoring and automation. Here you’ll find posts about AzureMonitor, LogAnalytics, System Center Operations Manager, Powershell, Hyper-V, Azure Automation, Azure Governance and other Microsoft related technologies.