Azure Monitor's Service Map is now available in South Central US, West US, Central US, North Central US, East Asia, and Central India
Updated: October 28, 2019
The Service Map feature of Azure Monitor is now available in South Central US, West US, Central US, North Central US, East Asia, and Central India. Around the world is it available in eighteen public regions.
Service map automatically discovers application components on Windows and Linux systems and maps the communication between services. With service map, you can view your servers in the way that you think of them—as interconnected systems that deliver critical services. Service map shows connections between servers, processes, inbound and outbound connection latency, and ports across any TCP-connected architecture, with no configuration required other than the installation of an agent.
For more information, see the service map documentation.