The Management Pack for Microsoft Azure supports the following services.

Service Description
Azure App Service Allows you to build and host web applications, mobile back ends, and RESTful APIs in the programming language of your choice without managing infrastructure.
Azure Application Gateway Allows you to build secure, scalable, and highly available web front ends in Azure. It is a web traffic load balancer that allows you to manage traffic to your web applications.
Azure Cosmos DB A globally distributed, multi-model database service for operational and analytics workloads. It offers multiuse feature by automatically scaling throughput, compute, and storage.
Azure Kubernetes Cluster Allows you to deploy a production ready Kubernetes cluster in Azure.
Azure Load Balancer Allows you to evenly distribute load (incoming network traffic) across a group of backend resources or servers.
Azure MySQL Server A fully managed database as a service offering that can handle mission-critical workloads with predictable performance and dynamic scalability.
Azure Network Interface A network interface that allows the Azure Virtual Machine to communicate with Internet, Azure, and on-premises resources.
Azure PostgreSQL Server A fully managed database as a service offering that can handle mission-critical workloads with predictable performance, security, high availability, and dynamic scalability. It is available in two deployment options, as a single server and as a Hyperscale (Citus) cluster.
Azure Resource Group Allows you to use your preferred social, enterprise, or local account identities to get single sign-on access to your applications and APIs.
Azure SQL Database A fully managed platform as a service (PaaS) database engine that handles most of the database management functions such as upgrading, patching, backups, and monitoring without any user involvement.
Azure SQL Server Allows you to use full versions of SQL Server in the cloud without having to manage any on-premises hardware. SQL Server virtual machines (VMs) also simplify licensing costs when you pay as you go.
Azure Storage Account Offers different access tiers, which allow you to store blob object data in the most cost-effective manner.
Azure Disk Azure-managed disks are block-level storage volumes that are managed by Azure and used with Azure Virtual Machines. Managed disks are like a physical disk in an on-premises server but, virtualized.
Azure Virtual Machine Provides the flexibility of virtualization without having to buy and maintain the physical hardware that runs it. However, you still must maintain the VM by performing tasks, such as configuring, patching, and installing the software that runs on it.
Azure Virtual Network A fundamental building block for your private network in Azure. Azure Virtual Network enables many types of Azure resources, such as Azure Virtual Machines (VM), to securely communicate with each other, the Internet, and on-premises networks.
Azure Virtual Network Gateway Virtual network gateway VMs contain routing tables and run specific gateway services. These VMs are created when you create the virtual network gateway. You cannot directly configure the VMs that are part of the virtual network gateway.
Azure Virtual Scale Set Allows you to create and manage a group of load balanced VMs. The number of VM instances can automatically increase or decrease in response to demand or a defined schedule. Scale sets provide high availability to your applications, and allow you to centrally manage, configure, and update many VMs.
Azure Virtual Scale Set Instance Allows you to create and manage a group of load balanced VMs. The number of VM instances can automatically increase or decrease in response to demand or a defined schedule. Scale sets provide high availability to your applications, and allow you to centrally manage, configure, and update many VMs.