I am developing applications on-behalf of, or assisting my client who is running on Microsoft Azure. How do I get support?
You can get support from Azure in two ways:
- Being the Account Administrator of your customer’s subscription, you can purchase an Azure Support plan for that account, as with any subscription you own under the same account are covered by the same support plan. You can also use your Partner benefits (for example, Signature Cloud Support or MPN Support) to submit a support request, without having to acquire a dedicated Azure Support plan.
- Get support using your customer’s account. To do so, the Partner (you) must have administrator or owner privileges to the customer’s subscription. The customer’s subscription then needs to have a support plan covering it, or the Partner can use their Azure Support Benefits (for example, Signature Cloud Support or MPN Support) to submit a support request, without having to acquire a dedicated Azure Support plan.
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