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Why does deploying a cloud service sometime fail due to limits/quotas/constraints on my subscription or service?

Why does deploying a cloud service sometime fail due to limits/quotas/constraints on my subscription or service?

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Deployment of a cloud service may fail if the resources that are required to be allocated exceed the default or maximum quota allowed for your service at the region/datacenter level. For more information, see Cloud Services limits.

You could also track the current usage/quota for your subscription at the portal: Azure portal => Subscriptions => <appropriate subscription> => “Usage + quota”.

Resource usage/consumption-related information can also be retrieved via the Azure Billing APIs. See Azure Resource Usage API (Preview).


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