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Microsoft Managed Control 1473 - Emergency Power | Regulatory Compliance - Physical and Environmental Protection

Azure BuiltIn Policy definition

Source Azure Portal
Display name Microsoft Managed Control 1473 - Emergency Power
Id d7047705-d719-46a7-8bb0-76ad233eba71
Version 1.0.0
Details on versioning
Category Regulatory Compliance
Microsoft Learn
Description Microsoft implements this Physical and Environmental Protection control
Additional metadata Name/Id: ACF1473 / Microsoft Managed Control 1473
Category: Physical and Environmental Protection
Title: Emergency Power
Ownership: Microsoft
Description: The organization provides a short-term uninterruptible power supply to facilitate Transition of the information system to long-term alternate power in the event of a primary power source loss.
Requirements: Azure has implemented emergency power by protecting datacenter equipment and circuits with an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) system which provides a short-term power supply to provide power until generators are able to come online. Azure utilizes various forms of UPS systems and generators throughout its datacenters. Azure has implemented the control for emergency power by protecting datacenter equipment and circuits with an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system which provides a short-term power supply until generators are able to come online and transition the load. Azure utilizes various forms of UPS systems and generators throughout its datacenters. Azure datacenters are designed with at least an n+1 configuration for electrical and cooling systems. Azure datacenters maintain sufficient onsite fuel storage to operate for approximately 48 hours. Alternate refueling agreements are required in order to ensure a fuel supply is available in the event of a long term utility power loss. Azure Third-Party (Leased) Datacenters Azure requires that its leased datacenter providers be capable of providing sufficient UPS power to allow for the transition of the system's full load to generator power. Azure also requires that onsite power generation be capable of sustaining the system's full load for 48 hours with on-site fuel stores. Azure requires that its leased datacenter providers also have alternate fuel agreements in place to allow for refueling.
Mode Indexed
Type Static
Preview False
Deprecated False
Effect Fixed
audit
RBAC role(s) none
Rule aliases none
Rule resource types IF (2)
Microsoft.Resources/subscriptions
Microsoft.Resources/subscriptions/resourceGroups
Compliance Not a Compliance control
Initiatives usage none
History none
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api-version=2021-06-01
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