Azure AI Search - Changing pricing tiers

Chris Buley 51 Reputation points
2023-11-23T03:34:11.35+00:00

Our Azure AI Search capacity quota has been reached on our search service so I'm aware we need to remove the search service and create a new one. However, I need some clarification on any potential ramifications:

  1. If we delete the search service (Name: X, URL: https://X.search.windows.net) and create a new one with a higher pricing tier, are we able to use the original name and, subsequently, the same URL?
  2. Our search service is linked to Azure Cosmos DB, so if we delete the search service, is just the indexes/indexer that gets removed, and not the Azure Cosmos DB documents?
  3. Once the new search service is created successfully, can we simply use the Import Data feature, link Azure Cosmos DB and it will automatically create new indexes without issues?

Kind regards
Chris

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  1. VenkateshDodda-MSFT 19,641 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2023-11-23T06:29:54.2433333+00:00

    @Chris Buley Thanks for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A, apologize for any inconvenience caused on this.

    Please find the below responses for the above questions

    1. You can delete and recreate the search service with the same. When you are recreating the search service with same name if you are facing any issues. I would suggest you try changing the location for the new search service.
    2. When you delete a search service, the indexes and indexers associated with that service will also be deleted. However, the documents in your Azure Cosmos DB will not be deleted.
    3. Yes, you can use the import wizard, or create indexers for pulling in data. It is a completely n ew indexing.

    Feel free to reach back to me if you have any further questions on this.

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