This article will cover several blog posts about Azure Service Health.
Azure Service Health is a free offering from Microsoft that enables you to track the health of Azure services in the regions where your deployments are. This service will not only identify and notify you of any incidents in the Azure backbone that are impacting your Azure resources, but will also give your personalized guidance and support during these events. It will also keep you informed on how Microsoft is resolving the issue and will keep you updated until the issue is finally resolved.
On my personal blog (https://wmatthyssen.com), I wrote several articles related to Azure Service Health:
- Azure Service Health: Remain informed about Azure Service issues and maintenance
- Azure Advent Calendar 2019 – Azure Service Health
- Create an Azure Monitor action group with Azure PowerShell
- Azure Service Health: How to create a pinned health world map and a service health alert
For the Azure Advent Calendar 2019, I created a video which is available on the Azure Advent Calendar YouTube Channel
The PowerPoint Presentation used during the video is also available to download via this link: https://www.slideshare.net/wima2628/azure-advent-calendar-azure-service-health
If you have any questions related to Azure Service Health you can always contact me trough my Twitter handle @wmatthyssen