In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti talks with Sami Kubba of Azure Customer Service Engineering about Service Health on Azure Government. The discussion begins with a definition of what Azure Service Health is, including the basics of how customers can increase visibility into their services and resources in Azure Government. In this demo-heavy video, Sami starts by setting up custom dashboards in the Azure Government portal to monitor resources by region or service. Sami shows how flexible the Service Health capabilities in Azure Government are, including the ability to set up custom alerts and filters. Service Health enables monitoring across the full spectrum – from a general filter for your entire subscription, down to the granular level of a single machine. Sami discusses how tracking numbers can help with compliance, as well as reports for both planned maintenance, and service health history. Within seconds, Sami sets up an alert to notify the appropriate teams proactively about important service health events. Watch this short video to see how Azure Service Health can give you full insight into all your resources on Azure Government! Overview of Service Health on Azure Government (Video) Also, be sure to subscribe to the Microsoft Azure YouTube Channel to see the latest videos on the Azure Government playlist. We welcome your comments and suggestions to help us improve your Azure Government experience. To stay up to date on all things Azure Government, be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed and to receive emails by clicking “Subscribe by Email!” on the Azure Government Blog.