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azure_resource_health_emerging_issues Resource

Use the azure_resource_health_emerging_issues InSpec audit resource to test properties related to all Azure Resource Health Emerging Issues.

Azure REST API Version, Endpoint, and HTTP Client Parameters

This resource interacts with API versions supported by the resource provider. The api_version can be defined as a resource parameter. If not provided, this resource uses the latest version. For more information, refer to the azure_generic_resource document.

Unless defined, this resource uses the azure_cloud global endpoint and default values for the HTTP client. For more information, refer to the resource pack README.


This resource is available in the Chef InSpec Azure resource pack.

See the Chef InSpec documentation on cloud platforms for information on configuring your Azure environment for InSpec and creating an InSpec profile that uses the InSpec Azure resource pack.


An azure_resource_health_emerging_issues resource block returns all Azure Resource Health Emerging Issues.

describe azure_resource_health_emerging_issues do


This resource does not require any parameters.


A list of the unique resource IDs.

Field: id

A list of names for all the resources.

Field: name

A list of types for all the resources.

Field: type

A list of Properties all the resources.

Field: properties


See the documentation on FilterTable for information on using filter criteria on plural resources.

See Azure’s documentation for other available properties.


Test that there are emerging health issues that are of lower severity.

describe azure_resource_health_emerging_issues.where{{|prop|{ |event| event.severity == 'Warning' } } } do
  it { should exist }


This InSpec audit resource has the following special matchers. For a full list of available matchers, please visit our Universal Matchers page.


# Should not exist if no service health emerging issues are present

describe azure_resource_health_emerging_issues do
  it { should_not exist }
# Should exist if the filter returns at least one service health emerging issues

describe azure_resource_health_emerging_issues do
  it { should exist }

Azure Permissions

Your Service Principal must be set up with at least a contributor role on the subscription you wish to test.

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