Announcing Azure Service Health general availability – configure your alerts today

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Community Manager

Today we are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of Azure Service Health, a personalized dashboard that provides guidance and support when issues in Azure services affect you. Unlike our public status page which provides general status information, Azure Service Health provides tailored information for your resources. It also helps you prepare for planned maintenance and other changes that could affect the availability of your resources. With Azure Service Health, you can easily configure alerts to ensure that your relevant teams are notified of service health events affecting their resources.

 

We launched the preview of Azure Service Health in July 2017. We have been evolving the service based on your feedback - including the integration of Service Health alerts. If you haven’t already, set up your Service Health alerts.

 

 

Read more about it in the Azure blog.

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