Quickstart: Request a quota increase in the Azure portal
Get started with Azure Quotas by using the Azure portal to request a quota increase.
For more information about quotas, see Quotas overview.
- An Azure account with an active subscription. Create an account for free.
Request a quota increase
You can submit a request for a quota increase directly from My quotas. Follow the steps below to request an increase for a quota. For this example, you can select any adjustable quota in your subscription.
Sign in to the Azure portal.
Enter "quotas" into the search box, and then select Quotas.
On the Overview page, select a provider, such as Compute.
For all providers other than Compute, you'll see a Request increase column instead of the Adjustable column described below. There, you can request an increase for a specific quota, or create a support request for the increase.
On the My quotas page, under Quota name, select the quota you want to increase. Make sure that the Adjustable column shows Yes for this quota.
Near the top of the page, select Request quota increase, then select Enter a new limit.
In the Request quota increase pane, enter a numerical value for your new quota limit, then select Submit.
Your request will be reviewed, and you'll be notified if the request can be fulfilled. This usually happens within a few minutes.
If your request is not fulfilled, you'll see a link to create a support request. When you use this link, a support engineer will assist you with your increase request.
You can request an increase for a quota that is non-adjustable by submitting a support request. For more information, see Request an increase for non-adjustable quotas.
Advance to the next article to learn how to increase VM-family vCPU quotas.