Azure Zone Redundant App Service Plan unavailable in West-Europe?

Tim vd H 1 Reputation point

When creating a linux based App Service plan with Zone Redundancy enabled in region West Europe, the deployment vailidation fails with the following error:

Operation cannot be completed without additional 1 VMs AZ quota. Please file a support ticket to request a limit increase. Additional details - Location: West Europe Current Limit: 0. Current Usage: 0. Additional required for this deployment: 1. (Minimum) New Limit that you should request to enable this deployment: 1. Note that if you experience multiple scaling operations failing (in addition to this one) and need to accommodate the aggregate quota requirements of these operations, you will need to request a higher quota limit than the one currently displayed. (Code: Unauthorized)

When selecting region North Europe the deployment validation does not fail. It happens on different variants of the 'Premium v3 P0V3' SKU, but also with the v2. Disabling the 'zone redundant' feature does allow deployment validation to pass. Is this caused a capacity issue in one of the West-Europe datacenters or is there something else going on?

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  1. Thomas Meads 1,586 Reputation points


    Sometimes services are limited in regions due to capacity issues as you have suggested. Microsoft will grant the capacity to you if needed on request assuming the capacity is actually available. You can read more about this issue here

    I would follow the guide at the end of that link to raise a capacity request.

    Hope this helps.

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  2. SnehaAgrawal-MSFT 20,781 Reputation points

    @Tim vd H
    Thanks for reaching here! I apologize for any inconvenience caused.

    To add to above suggestion-

    If you prefer deploying in the current region, consider creating a support ticket for further assistance. You may also reach out to us by sending an email with subject line “Attn:Sneha |thread title” to AzCommunity[at]microsoft[dot]com referencing this thread.

    Please let us know if further query.

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