The Azure Health Check helps customers understand, assess and monitor their Azure expenditure, and assists to mitigate risk. The assessment reviews the state of your cloud and determines next steps.
# 75% of Azure customers are paying too much1
95% of Fortune 500 companies are running Azure, but without appropriate governance, most customers are operating in a state of unknown. This has significant impact not only for your costs, but also the security of your Azure environment.
Are you struggling with:
* Infrastructure provisioned using the deprecated classic method (ASM)?
* Incorrect sizing of VM workloads?
* Monitoring, Patching, or Back-Up?
* Antivirus protection?
* Dormant VMs?
* Missing delegated access control mechanisms?
* Open and unfiltered public IP connectivity?
## You need an Azure Health Check!
## What is the Data#3 Azure Health Check?
How do you reduce costs without compromising performance? The good news is, it can certainly be done - you just need to know how. The Azure Health Check helps customers understand, assess and monitor their Azure expenditure, and assists to mitigate their risk. The assessment reviews the state of your cloud adoption to identify critical issues and ensure that your environment is configured properly, backed up, and secure.
## What to expect from your Azure Health Check
Each health check is delivered as a standardised report with detailed findings and expert recommendations. A report is provided for internal review, followed by an in-person presentation to discuss the findings with the assessor directly, and determine next steps.
* Learn where you could be saving money. Customers have saved up to 70% on their Azure bill.
* Understand your Azure risk posture, and the steps you need to take to remediate.
* Get expert advice on industry best practice to make sure you maintain the health of your Azure environment.
## Why Data#3?
Data#3 is Microsoft’s largest Australian partner, and has unparalleled competencies in Azure, licensing, system integration and managed services.
1Data collected by Data#3 from 100 Azure Health Checks in 2018 and 2019.