This size is currently not available in eastus for this subscription: NotAvailableForSubscription.

2022-04-18T12:02:13.603+00:00

I have the same problem on all my Azure accaunts and I need help. I've already contacted support but they couldn't help me either. The NC seriese works on other accounts and my friends accounts. However, it doesn't work on my account (pay as you go)... Always the same error: "This size is currently not available in eastus for this subscription: NotAvailableForSubscription."

Azure Virtual Machines
Azure Virtual Machines
An Azure service that is used to provision Windows and Linux virtual machines.
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  1. Ravi Kanth Koppala 3,231 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2022-04-18T13:01:56.573+00:00

    @size not available: NotAvailableForSubscription ,

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    VM demand is higher than ever and we are adding 50 to 100 new datacenters each year for the foreseeable future to our existing 200+ datacenters around the world. GPU VMs have been especially popular and the simplest solution may be to check neighboring regions for availability. In areas where we are seeing very high demand, there are some scenarios where existing customers may have more options than new customers. We'll reach out to you directly with some suggestions.

    What is Microsoft doing to avoid capacity issues in the future?
    Ensuring capacity for our customers is a top priority for Microsoft and we are working around the clock to deliver on this. The increasing demand for Azure services is evidence of the popularity of Azure, and emphasizes the need to scale up our infrastructure even more rapidly. With that in mind, we are expediting expansion and are improving our resource deployment process to respond to this strong customer demand. We have identified several improvements on how we load-balance under a high resource usage situation, and how to trigger the timely deployment of needed resources. Furthermore, we are increasing our capacity significantly – and will continue to plan for strong customer demand across all of our regions. This September 2021 blog post covers improvements towards delivering a resilient cloud supply chain.

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