ARM architecture on singapore Region

M Ari Retiarno 20 Reputation points

Is there any ARM machine type on singapore region?

i didn't found on singapore, where is eactly region that support ARM??

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  1. Deepanshu katara 1,020 Reputation points

    Hi, Hope doing good good!

    To answer it is southeast Asia region in Azure

    To check if ARM-based VMs are available in the Singapore region or any other specific region in Microsoft Azure, you can follow these steps:

    Visit the Azure Portal: Go to the Azure Portal at

    Sign in: Sign in with your Azure account credentials.

    Create a New Virtual Machine: You can create a new virtual machine by clicking on "Create a resource" and then selecting "Virtual machine" under the "Compute" section. Alternatively, you can navigate to an existing virtual machine.

    Configure VM: When configuring the virtual machine, you'll reach a step where you need to choose the virtual machine type or size. This is where you can check for the availability of ARM-based VMs.

    Select Region: Choose the region for your virtual machine deployment. This is where you can see the available VM sizes/types for that region.

    Browse VM Sizes: Click on the "View all" or "See all" link next to the VM size/type selection. This will display a list of all available VM sizes/types for the selected region.

    Filter by Processor Architecture: Within the list of available VM sizes/types, you may find an option to filter by processor architecture, which could include ARM-based options.

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  1. vipullag-MSFT 21,186 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hello M Ari Retiarno

    We noticed your have rated low on one of the answer as not helpful. Thank you for taking time to share feedback.

    To create an ARM-based node pool in AKS, you need to choose a VM image that is based on the ARM architecture.

    To add an ARM64 node pool to your existing cluster, you can use the az aks nodepool add command. You need to choose a Dpsv5, Dplsv5 or Epsv5 series Virtual Machine <sup>12</sup>.

    Here is an example command:
    az aks nodepool add --resource-group <RESOURCE_GROUP_NAME> --cluster-name <AKS_CLUSTER_NAME> --name <ARM64_NODEPOOL_NAME> --node-count <ARM64_NODEPOOL_COUNT> --node-vm-size <ARM64_NODEPOOL_VM_SIZE>

    Please note that ARM64 node pools aren’t supported on Defender-enabled clusters and FIPS-enabled node pools aren’t supported with ARM64 SKUs.

    Hope this helps.

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