What Azure availability zone is used by default

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What Azure availability zone is used by default when availability options are not specified for VM or other resource?
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Azure availability zones are physically and conceptually distinct datacenters, each with its own power supply, network, and cooling. They become a building component for offering high availability applications when connected to an exceptionally low-latency network.
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