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    NICs

    In your previous generations of D class VMs you had the DS3_v2, With 4vCPUs, 14GB of RAM and 4 NICs. In all subsequent generations the 4vCPU VMs only support 2 NICs. Why? I have vendor appliances that require 3 NICs. They don't require massive amounts of compute and memory so why is it that on the current generation we are forced to buy huge machines just to get the same NIC count as older generations. The equivalent AWS m4.xlarge supports 4 NICs and for Google Cloud any instance can support up to 8vNICs

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    azure cli pricePerHour

    "az cli" (and the backing service) should be able to display the pricePerHour of a vm size.e.g. $ az vm list-sizes --location northeurope --query "[?contains(name,'Standard_NC6_Promo') == \`true\`].{name: name, osDiskSizeInMb: osDiskSizeInMb, pricePerHour: pricePerHour}" [ { "name": "Standard_NC6_Promo", "osDiskSizeInMb": 1047552, "pricePerHour": null <---- }]

    About Single Placement Group exceptions

    With the Single Placement Group enabled, there will be a decrease in capacity within the cluster and an Allocation Failure will occur sometimes.To avoid this, please add a configuration that only considers deploying from another cluster when the cluster is out of capacity.

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