I have a dashboard that is used to look at the health of different objects in our system (represented by rows in Azure log analytics). There are thousands of different objects and the entire dashboard is dependent on the $Object variable being set. I have a graph on this dashboard that looks at the health over time of whatever $Object variable is specified, and I am curious how this would play with Grafana’s alert functionality.
In a perfect world, I would like to specify certain $Object variables that are allowed for alerts without setting up hundreds of different tables to do so. Is this outside the scope of the alerting functionality?