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How many VM's can be deployed on a Dedicated host?

How many Virtual Machines can be deployed on dedicated host? Is there a limit/quota on the VM sizes that can be deployed?

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By default, per region there is a limit of 3000 vCPUs for dedicated hosts. It also depends on the VM size family used for the host. For example, a Pay-as-you-go subscription may only have a quota of 10 vCPUs available for the Dsv3 size series, in the East US region. In this case, you need to request a quota increase to at least 64 vCPUs before you can deploy a dedicated host.
A SKU is defined for a host and it represents the VM size series and type. You can mix multiple VMs of different sizes within a single host as long as they are of the same size series.

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