The D15_v2/DS15_v2 Azure Virtual Machines may no longer be isolated, starting May 15, 2020
發佈日期： 十一月 22, 2019
We recently announced Azure Dedicated Host Preview which allows you to run your organization’s Linux and Windows virtual machines (VMs) on single-tenant physical servers. We plan to fully replace isolated Azure VMs with Azure Dedicated Host. After May 15, 2020, the D15_v2/DS15_v2 Azure VMs may no longer be hardware isolated.
How does this affect me?
After May 15, 2020, we will no longer provide an isolation guarantee for your D15_v2/DS15_v2 Azure VMs.
What actions should I take?
If hardware isolation is not required for you, there is no action you need to take.
If isolation is required for you, before May 15, 2020, you would need to either:
- Migrate your workload to Azure Dedicated Host Preview
- Request access to a D15i_v2 and DS15i_v2 Azure VM, to get the same price performance. This option is only available for pay-as-you-go and one-year Azure Reserved VM Instances scenarios.
- Migrate your workload to another Azure isolated VM.
Learn more about this D15_v2/DS15_v2 isolation retirement