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Azure DevTest Labs now enables lab VMs to share the same public IP address, to help you reduce cost and avoid exceeding your public IP address quota.
Azure DevTest Labs is available in UK South and UK West, in addition to the other 21 regions it has supported.
In Azure DevTest Labs, you can configure auto-shutdown for a single lab VM in addition to the auto-shutdown policy that applies to all the lab VMs.
DevTest Labs supports claimable lab VMs. Lab admins can put VMs in a shared pool, and lab users can pick a working VM from the pool whenever they need one.
You can set virtual machines created through the Azure Resource Manager deployment model to shut down automatically.
In Azure DevTest Labs, you can create your environments by using Azure Resource Manager templates.
You can easily view and manage data disks that you've created in Azure DevTest Labs.
It's now easier to check the installation details of artifacts in Azure DevTest Labs.
DevTest Labs enables lab owners to set up auto-shutdown notifications. A notification will be sent to lab users 15 minutes before auto-shutdown if any of their VMs will be affected.
Azure DevTest Labs is available in new regions of Canada, India, and the US that support the required Azure resources used in the labs.
Azure DevTest Labs now allows you to run more VMs with maximum IOPS in a single lab by automatically scaling the storage accounts where lab VMs are created.
In Azure DevTest Labs, you can use a personal secret store to save your secret and use it later when you're creating a VM or using artifacts.
You can set an expiration date and time for a virtual machine in Azure DevTest Labs.
Azure DevTest Labs now supports more cost-management capabilities, including actions applied to the cost threshold (shown on the trending chart or send notification) and custom cost-tracking time ranges.
In Azure DevTest Labs, you can attach additional data disks to your lab VMs, including new and existing data disks in the lab.
Today, we are delighted to announce two more features to keep your cost on track in DevTest Labs.
Azure DevTest Labs, your self-service sandbox environment in Azure to quickly create dev/test environments while minimizing waste and controlling costs, has entered general availability.
Azure DevTest Labs is now live in all 15 public regions that support Azure compute with Resource Manager, including Australia, Brazil, and more regions in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Azure DevTest Labs enables a new way to create VMs: through formulas. A formula is a template that captures all the settings that you specify when you create a lab VM. It provides all the benefits to make VM provisioning even more productive and flexible.
With Azure DevTest Labs, you can monitor cost using cost thresholds.
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