Please clarify the answer to this Microsoft Learn knowledge check

Jones Maxime Murphy III 0 Reputation points
2024-07-01T20:00:27.5833333+00:00

I feel that the question is worded in a such a way that the answer in this situation is ambiguous. The email notification about "virtual machines (VMs) in an Azure region where you have VMs deployed" could apply to virtual machines that the user has deployed OR some other set of virtual machines.

  1. You receive an email notification that virtual machines (VMs) in an Azure region where you have VMs deployed is experiencing an outage. Which component of Azure Service Health will let you know if your application is impacted?
    1. Azure Status
    2. Service Health - Incorrect. Resource Health would let you know if any of your resources are down. Service health will let you know if resources are down in regions where you’re deployed, but won’t give you details on your specific resources.
    3. Resource Health - Correct. Resource Health is a tailored view of your actual Azure resources. It provides information about the health of your individual cloud resources.

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On the learn.microsoft.com page "Describe Azure Service Health", the description of Service Health states "You can even set up Service Health alerts to notify you when service issues, planned maintenance, or other changes may affect the Azure services and regions you use." Therefore, I could potentially receive an email from Service Health about this hypothetical outage from the problem.

Please clarify the answer to this Microsoft Learn knowledge check, or disambiguate the question.

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