What GitHub information will be shared with Microsoft?
Microsoft is committed to ensuring your privacy. When you sign up for Azure using GitHub, the profile information that’s requested is used to check for the presence of an existing Microsoft account and to create a new account if needed. Once your information enters the Microsoft ecosystem, it’s protected by our terms of service and we don’t share it without your permission. Connecting your GitHub identity to a Microsoft account will not give Microsoft access to your code.
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To convert an existing V4 bot a skill, please visit: https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/bot-service/skill-implement-skill?view=azure-bot-service-4.0&tabs=cs
You get easy access to Azure Support by going online to the Azure portal and submitting a support request. Access to subscription management and billing support is included with your Microsoft Azure subscription, and technical support is provided through one of the Azure Support Plans. For step-by-step guidance for the Azure portal, see How to create an Azure support request. Alternatively, you can create and manage your support tickets programmatically using the Azure Support ticket REST API.
We have designed our Azure Support plans to meet different business needs. Paid support plans provide access to Technical Support for break-fix issues on a 24x7 basis. Higher tiers of support plans offer faster initial response times and access to Advisory support, Configuration Optimization Reviews, and other benefits. More information about the existing support plans can be found at the Azure Support Plans page.
Azure Stack Hub is covered by the Standard, Pro Direct and Premier support plans.
Yes. Azure Stack Hub is an extension of Azure and the support for Azure Stack Hub is included in the Standard, Professional Direct, and Premier paid support plans. Please note that Stack is not included in the Developer paid support plan.
MOSP, Microsoft Online Subscription Program, (i.e., web direct) customers can view Marketplace subscription details under the ‘Marketplace’ menu in the Azure billing portal. Customers that purchased Virtual Machines from the Marketplace can view their estimated accrued charges in the Microsoft Azure Management portal.
Enterprise Agreement (EA) customers can view Marketplace subscription details in the ‘Azure Marketplace’ tab in the Enterprise portal billing and account management view. Note: EA Indirect customers will only see offer and usage information. Pricing details will not be available in the Enterprise portal.
Customers can deploy pre-built Azure Hybrid Benefit Windows Server images directly from Azure Marketplace for Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012R2, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2008SP1. Customers can also upload custom VMs and deploy them using Azure PowerShell or Resource Manager template. Customers migrating existing workloads can use Azure Site Recovery (which is free for the first 31 days).
Please visit the site at https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/virtual-machines/virtual-machines-windows-hybrid-use-benefit-licensing for additional details.