Azure platform logs, automatically generated, provide detailed diagnostic and auditing information for Azure resources and the Azure platform they depend on. They are divided as follows:
Azure AD logs capture all the actions performed against your Active Directory domain. This includes the history of sign-in activity and an audit trail of changes made in Azure AD for a particular tenant. This type of log is focused on the Authentication layer of Azure. Find out more here.
Activity logs provide insight into the operations performed on each Azure resource in the subscription from the outside, known as the management plane. This can include the creation or deletion of resources or updates to existing services. There’s a single activity log for each Azure subscription. Find out more here.
Resource logs [previously referred to as diagnostic logs] capture resource-specific audit information, providing insight into operations performed within an Azure resource. This is known as the data plane. Examples include a connection made to a PostgreSQL server or when a Blob is created, read, or deleted from a storage account. The contents of resource logs vary according to the Azure service and resource type. Find out more here.
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