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Azure Lab Services added a feature to adjust quota per user, enabling instructors to give additional hours to students as needed.
Azure Lab Services has an updated and improved UI experience.
Azure Lab Services now supports two new 6-core GPU Virtual Machine sizes.
Azure Lab Services has several key improvements for the UI for students.
Azure Lab Services now has a new instance size available—Medium (nested virtualization) that’s priced at USD0.55 per hour across all regions (55 lab units per hour).
Azure Lab Services has removed the unlimited option from quota per user so lab owners can intentionally choose a specific number of hours needed for each lab to help save costs.
Azure Lab Services now supports the ability to reset passwords and to provide added support for Ubuntu images.
In Azure Lab Services, we now added the ability to provide address range of virtual machines for the labs.
Updates to features in Azure Lab Services include GPU size, connecting to on-premises resources, saving an image, sending registration link in email, and connecting to Linux machines by using Remote Desktop.
Azure Lab Services is now Generally Available.
Announcing the general availability of Azure Lab Services.
You can manage class schedules on classroom labs in Azure Lab Services.
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