Service issues are anything that could affect your availability from outages and planned maintenance to service transitions and retirements.
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If you’re experiencing problems with your applications, a great place to start investigating solutions is through your Azure Service Health dashboard. In this blog post, we’ll explore the difference.
It’s a question we often hear. After all, they’re similar and related services. Azure Monitor helps you understand how your applications are performing and proactively identifies issues affecting them and the resources they depend on. Azure Service Health helps you stay informed and take action when Azure service issues like outages and planned maintenance affect you. So what’s the difference?
Preparing for the unexpected is part of every IT professional’s and developer’s job. Although rare, service issues like outages and planned maintenance do occur. There are many ways to stay informed, but we’ve identified three effective approaches that have helped our customers respond quickly to service issues and mitigate downtime.
Azure Service Health helps you stay informed and take action when Azure service issues like outages and planned maintenance affect you, and provides a personalized dashboard that can help you understand issues that may be impacting resources in your Azure subscriptions.
After you experience a Microsoft Azure service issue, you likely need to explain what happened to your customers, management, and other stakeholders. That’s why Azure Service Health provides official incident reports and root cause analyses (RCAs) from Microsoft.
When your Azure resources go down, one of your first questions is probably, “Is it me or is it Azure?” Azure Service Health helps you stay informed and take action when Azure service issues like incidents and planned maintenance affect you by providing a personalized health dashboard, customizable alerts, and expert guidance.
We’ve released an updated version of the throughput calculator, which now has support for document update operations and data storage calculations.
Azure DocumentDB has launched a new web based tool to help estimate request unit (throughput) requirements for typical application operations.
DocumentDB protocol support for MongoDB preview update, including general public access and additional regional availability.