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David-1248 asked FlorisZ answered

App Service Worker Size -> pricing tiers translation

From this documentation: https://azure.github.io/AppService/2019/05/21/App-Service-Plan-Density-Check.html

I see the app density recommendations for Small, Medium and Large worker sizes. Is there a chart that shows some translation between worker sizes and pricing tiers?

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ryanchill answered David-1248 commented

Hi @David-1248,

The worker size of the app service plan is expressed in within the app service plan pricing tier. Small, Medium, & Large correspond to 1, 2, 3 respectively in the pricing plan tier on dedicated hardware.

For example

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  • B1 = Basic (small)

  • B2 = Basic (medium)

  • B3 = Basic (large)

The same applies to the Standard and Premium pricing tiers.

Regards,
Ryan



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That makes it much easier to understand. Thanks!

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FlorisZ answered

And 'App Service Worker Size' = 0 ? icw App Service Tier = 'Standard' for example?
Is '0' for the 'Shared'?

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