Hi @Rakesh Singh ,
Thank you for posting query in Microsoft Q&A Platform.
A dedicated SQL pool (formerly SQL DW) represents a collection of analytic resources that are being provisioned. Analytic resources are defined as a combination of CPU, memory, and IO.
These three resources are bundled into units of compute scale called Data Warehouse Units (DWUs). A DWU represents an abstract, normalized measure of compute resources and performance.
Yes as you rightly pointed 100DWUs is equal to 1 compute node. There will be 60 distributions per compute node. Click here to know more about same.
Regarding exact RAM and vcores details I am checking with internal team if any insights I can get. I will update thread once I get some updates.
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