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Tech Tips, Tricks & Trivia

by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
A seasoned developer's little discoveries and annotated bookmarks.

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What is the count of Azure Services that are currently available?

The number of Microsoft Azure Services have steadily grown since it started in 2010. To know the approximate (not bothering about whether a service is in Preview or General Availability mode) count of Azure Services are currently available to satisfy my curiosity, I have relied on the Status page that Microsoft maintains to show the health status of Azure Services across the world.

To make the counting easy, I've used the IMPORTHTML formula in Google Sheets to extract the list of Azure Services in the table within the Status page:
=IMPORTHTML("https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/status/", "table", 1)

=IMPORTHTML("https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/status/", "table", 4)


[10-Sep-16 Update] - The layout of the Azure Services Status page has changed so the formula in Google Sheets has to be changed

The Services are currently distributed under the following ten categories:
  • Compute
  • Web & Mobile
  • Data & Storage
  • Analytics
  • Networking
  • Media & CDN
  • Hybrid Integration
  • Identity & Access Management
  • Developer Services
  • Management
So the number of Azure Services that are currently available as of December 2015 is 73 (total rows with values in the sheet  - 10)

The Services are currently distributed under the following ten categories:

  1. Compute
  2. Networking
  3. Storage
  4. Web & Mobile
  5. Databases
  6. Intelligence + Analytics
  7. Internet of Things
  8. Enterprise Integration
  9. Security + Identity
  10. Developer Tools
  11. Monitoring + Management

As of September 2016, the number of Azure Services that are tracked on the Azure Status page is 94 (total rows with values in the sheet or 105 - 11). There is also a RSS feed

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