Not able to create cluster in Azure Databricks

yogesh jaiswal 6 Reputation points


I am trying to create a cluster in Azure Databricks for first time. But on creating the cluster it is not starting. It is showing following error.

Cluster terminated.Reason:Cloud provider launch failure

A cloud provider error was encountered while launching worker nodes. See the Databricks guide for more information.

Azure error code: SkuNotAvailable

Azure error message: The requested size for resource '/subscriptions/20906de7-7443-4037-9295-ef79094070a2/resourceGroups/databricks-rg-test_workspace-oi5reqboklzkc/providers/Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/d9ab36437f154db48871fe0a7eda9bec' is currently not available in location 'eastus2' zones '' for subscription '20906de7-7443-4037-9295-ef79094070a2'. Please try another size or deploy to a different location or zones. See for details.

I can understand that is related to something subscription settings. Can somebody please help me out here.


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Azure Databricks
An Apache Spark-based analytics platform optimized for Azure.
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  1. PRADEEPCHEEKATLA-MSFT 82,191 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hello @yogesh jaiswal ,

    Welcome to the MS Q&A platform.

    By default, for any subscription there will be specific limit on the VM cores available per region based on the OfferType. Certain Azure regions require customers to go through a request process in order to gain access. To request access to these regions, a customer or their Cloud Solution Provider may open a support request and work with our Support team to discuss or enable access.

    Note: If a SKU isn't available for your subscription in a location or zone that meets your business needs, submit a SKU request to Azure Support (Which is complete at free cost).

    Hope this will help. Please let us know if any further queries.


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  2. jodu venkata kishor 1 Reputation point

    unable to create any cluster with single node, but however the error :
    Azure Quota Exceeded Exception:
    Error code: PublicIPCountLimitReached, error message: Cannot create more than 3 public IP addresses for this subscription in this region. (Azure request Id: 69ac88f4-eaa8-4fd5-ba93-1d5642539ef8).
    Azure is not a good choice to learn and explore

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