You can instantly check the health of your Azure Services from the Azure Services Status page. This website provides general status information of any Azure Services. You can search for specific services or for any specific regions to determine the health status of services for that specific region. Also, Azure Service Health provides a customizable dashboard which tracks the health of your Azure services for the specific subscription and for regions where we use them. Let’s have a look at both the approaches for monitoring Azure services health.
Instantly check the health of your Azure services
Azure Services Status Page :
To start with, navigate to Azure Services Status Page, which will list out all Azure Services and categorized in different regions. You can now then check for the services health corresponding to the regions.
Azure Service Health
Azure Service Health provides a customizable, Personalized dashboard within Azure Portal which tracks the health of your Azure services for the specific subscription and for regions. You can monitor services health for the resources that you are using. This includes services issues, upcoming planned maintenance etc. This helps you proactively manage your services and system.
From the Services Health, you can set a filter based on the subscription, Regions, and Services. Here you can customize and make it personalized as per your solution hosted on Azure. Health history tab provides the details for previous track for Azure Services Health.
You can also configure alerts based on services health. Overall this dashboard is extremely helpful for monitoring Azure Services and take proactive action on the solution level.