"Azure Monitor Status" Blog Posts

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Frequent Contributor

Feedback/Personal pet-peeve:

Does the Azure Monitor Status need to make a blog post for every little failure across the entire Azure suite? And what percentage of the Tech Community do these posts benefit? (I'd guess small)

 

For me, it just clogs up the Recent Blogs rotator on the home page, adding unnecessary noise. If I'm monitoring for failures in Azure, the Tech Community is not the place I'm going to look.

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