Becoming Azure KQL Ninja

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The "Becoming Azure KQL Ninja" would be 45 mins session is designed to help attendees achieve beginner to intermediate level in using Kusto Query Language (KQL) on the Azure platform. KQL is a powerful language used for querying big data sets in Azure, and this presentation will cover the essential concepts and techniques that will help attendees become proficient in using KQL. The presentation will start by introducing the basics of KQL and its syntax, followed by an overview of its use cases and its significance in data analysis. Attendees will then learn about the various data sources and formats that can be queried using KQL, including Azure Monitor, Azure Data Explorer, and Azure Log Analytics. Then we will then dive deeper into the language's advanced features, such as query optimization, data transformation, and data visualization. Attendees will also learn how to leverage the power of KQL with Azure tools such as Power BI, Azure workbooks, Grafana etc By the end of the "Becoming Azure KQL Ninja" presentation, attendees will have a solid foundation in KQL and the confidence to apply their newfound knowledge to real-world problems and scenarios.


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