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Duration of Application insights for calculating SLA of website using web test

Hi Team, I am trying to calculate the SLA of the website test in Application insights I am only able to check the SLA(outages) for past 3 months. Is there a way I can check the SLA for a year

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Hi @Somiya-2815

We apologize for the delay in response.

In the Azure portal go to Application Insight > Workbooks > Settings > Time Range > Custom

With the custom option you're able to select the time range you want.

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hope that helps. Please let us know if you run into any issues.

Thanks,
Grace



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Hi @Grmacjon-MSFT as you can see in the screenshot even with the custom option I can only see for 90 days, is there a way to check for past 12 months
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Hi @Somiya-2815

Thanks for the update. We will reach out internally to the engineering team to see if 90 days is a hard limit and get back to you once we hear back from them. We appreciate your patience.

-Grace

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Hi @Somiya-2815

The default retention for Application Insights resources is 90 days. Different retention periods can be selected for each Application Insights resource. The full set of available retention periods is 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, 270, 365, 550 or 730 days.

Please tread this doc for more info: Data retention and storage in Azure Application Insights - Azure Monitor | Microsoft Docs

-Grace

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