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How to Request Resource Quota Increase in Microsoft Azure

Gini Gini Follow Nov 08, 2019 · 1 min read
How to Request Resource Quota Increase in Microsoft Azure
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As we know public cloud is offering unlimited* amount of resources and as an end user of public cloud we don’t need to worry about the backend resources. But, there are few facts to consider when we talk about unlimited.

What if someone run a script to spin up 1000 VMs ! What if someone give wrong variable and your automation program created 10000 database instances or disks ! What is some users purposefully created VMs with high in size ?

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