Currently separate alerts need to be created per subscription. When teams are managing dozens of subscriptions, it would be much easier to have a management group level alert or even the ability to select multiple subscriptions when creating service health alerts.60 votes
I would like to be able to simulate an alert being generated for testing. Currently you have to wait until an event happens before I can test integrations from the alerting.19 votes
It would be great to be able to select multiple subscriptions across directories when creating service health alerts. Now it is allowed to create under one subscription.10 votes
It would be great to be able to select multiple subscriptions across directories when creating service health alerts. Now it is allowed to create under one subscription.7 votes
Is it possible to allow the selection of multiple resource groups when selecting services for alert notifications? i.e. alert for service 'storage' in multiple resource groups. Optionally add 'send to service owners' like Monitor options (emails owners, contributors & readers' of RGs6 votes
We’re considering this. We encourage others to vote to let us know how to prioritize.
I would like you to improve Service Health alert notification for specification changes(Planned maintenance)
I would like you to improve Service Health alert notification for specification changes (Planned maintenance),
and to guide me in a way that users will notice by some means.
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・information on changes to specifications has been communicated more than three months prior to the date of change.
・If I cannot follow the information from the history, please inform us again just before the specification change. (Currently, If the alert emails were sent before creating a target resource which will be planed maintenance ,
it could not receive the email which notice about planed maintenance.)4 votes
I want to run the business workflow of Microsoft Flow when the service health alert happened.
to add the issue item to the issue management system.
like ServiceNow, SharePoint list, Dynamics 365 etc.
Currently, Azure IoT Central can run the Microsoft Flow when alert happened.2 votes
If the Azure portal is down customer has to rely on Twitter. Can we offer a tool or dashboard dedicated to service incident and planned maintenance updates only1 vote
- We have configured service health alerts in Azure for E-Mail notification and Service now incident creation. There should be tenant id in the Notification e-Mail and in the payload schema too while triggering the action as webbook or Function app
- There is no create event to post some health advisory or planned maintenance event for Azure active directory Service, so that alert can be initiated at least for Dev environment to test the schema to generate the webbook event
There should be a way to decide the severity of the alert for Azure service health alerts.1 vote
Service Health Alerts really are not very helpful today because we almost always find the issue ourselves before our Service Health Alerts notify us of the issue (and that's if the Service Health Alerts come in at all). I work for a major MSP and private cloud provider and we consider it a failing on our part if the customer notifies us of an issue before we are able to notify them. I'd like to see Microsoft strive for this same standard. Right now if I find what I think might be an Azure issue, instead of going to the Service Health Alerts I go to Twitter and Reddit to see if others are experiencing the same issue or if it's just us. I have more confidence in issues being reported quickly on those platforms than on the Service Health Alerts. I would love to see MS get to the point where they are notifying us of any issues they are encountering quickly so we aren't finding them ourselves and confirming the impact on Twitter.
Service Health Alerts really are not very helpful today because we almost always find the issue ourselves before our Service Health Alerts notify us of the issue (and that's if the Service Health Alerts come in at all). I work for a major MSP and private cloud provider and we consider it a failing on our part if the customer notifies us of an issue before we are able to notify them. I'd like to see Microsoft strive for this same standard. Right now if I find what I think might be an Azure issue, instead of going to the…1 vote
Impacts ability to automate Service Health Alert creation: ActivityLogAlertLeafCondition does not support containsAny
We have automated the creation of Service Health alerts for our subscriptions.
We are finding that the ActivityLogAlertLeafCondition object (and the New-AzActivityLogAlertCondition command) do not support the -ContainsAny option. This means that we now have an inconsistent approach to creating alerts where some must be created using templates and others using powershell.
In fact, this is not supported in https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/az.monitor/new-azactivitylogalertcondition?view=azps-4.1.0 nor documented in https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/templates/microsoft.insights/2017-04-01/activitylogalerts.1 vote
Make the bottom Bar accessible at top as well as per Europe Region1 vote
I am a DBA. I want to be notified of Planned Maintenance and other Service Health Alerts for Virtual Machines, but only ones running SQL Server. I only have a few, and picking them by name would be sufficient for my needs (which is something I can do for Activity Log Alerts). I don't want to be alerted regarding our many, many other VMs.
I am sure there are many other use cases for people wanting to be notified only for a subset of the resources of any given type.1 vote
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