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Smaller VMs with AMD EPYC 3 processors

Hello,
I was wondering if the only available AMD EPYC 3 VMs are the HBv3 series or if there will be smaller ones available in the near future.
Thanks.

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@arturo-6575 Apologies for the delay in response and all the inconvenience caused because of the issue.
I have reached out to our internal team on the issue and once I have an update will keep you posted on same.

Thank you for your patience over the matter.

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@arturo-6575 Apologies for the delay in response and all the inconvenience caused because of the issue.

I had discussion internally and below is the response I got :

HBv3 already offers Constrained Cores VM sizes so you can get HBv3 with fewer cores per VM, while keeping all other global assets like memory, networking, etc.

We just open up for a new AMD VM sizes Dasv5, Dadsv5, Easv5, Eadsv5 for private preview that would based on AMD Epyc 3 processor.

We currently don't have an ETA when it will be GA but work is on the way.

Hope it helps!!!

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Sorry for the delay too. A quick follow-up question: I couldn't find much info about this preview, is there any link for joining a list or similar to participate in the preview? Thanks.

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@arturo-6575 An Azure feature marked “private preview” is available to specific Azure customers for evaluation purposes. This is typically by invite only and issued directly by the product team responsible for the feature or service. After this the Product comes in "public preview" which means that Azure feature is available to all Azure customers for evaluation purposes. These previews can be turned on through the preview features page


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