I would to know if the usage of the feature "Azure shared disks" (https://docs.microsoft.com/it-it/azure/virtual-machines/windows/disks-shared) negatively impacts the SLA in case of two VMs in an availability set.
Two VMs in an availability set gets you an SLA that is at least 99.95%. Yet Storage Accounts only get an SLA of 99.9%. As managed disks would be different storage accounts (in the background) you can see why 99.95% is offered despite individual disks only getting 99.9%. However, if a shared disk is used, will this bump the SLA down to 99.9% for the VMs? Or will there be a higher SLA for the shared disks?
Thank you in advance,