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You have an Azure SQL database that has columns. The columns contain sensitive Personally Identifiable Information (PII) data.
You need to design a solution that tracks and stores all the queries executed against the PII dat
a. You must be able to review the data in Azure Monitor, and the data must be available for at least 45 days.
Solution: You add classifications to the columns that contain sensitive data. You turn on Auditing and set the audit log destination to use Azure Log Analytics.
Does this meet the goal?
The default retention for Log Analytics is 31 days only. The Log Analytics retention settings allow you to configure a minimum of 31 days (if not using a free tier) up to 730 days.
You would need to reconfigure to at least 45 days, or, for example, use Azure Blob Storage as destination.