Create a plan in Azure Stack

Applies to: Azure Stack integrated systems and Azure Stack Development Kit

Azure Stack plans are groupings of one or more services and their quotas. As a provider, you can create plans to offer to your users. In turn your users subscribe to your offers to use the plans, services, and quotas they include. This example shows you how to create a plan that includes the compute, network, and storage resource providers. This plan gives subscribers the ability to provision virtual machines.

Create a plan (1902 and later)

  1. Sign in to the Azure Stack administrator portal.

  2. To create a plan and offer that users can subscribe to, select + Create a resource, then Offers + Plans, then Plan.

    Select a plan in Azure Stack administrator portal

  3. A tabbed user interface appears that enables you to specify the plan name, add services, and define quotas for each of the selected services. Most importantly, you can review the details of the offer you create before you decide to create it.

    Under the Basics tab of the New plan window, enter a Display name and a Resource name. The display name is the plan's friendly name that operators can see. In the administrator portal, plan details are only visible to operators.

    Specify details for new plan in Azure Stack

  4. Create a new Resource Group, or select an existing one, as a container for the plan.

    Specify the resource group for new plan in Azure Stack

  5. Select the Services tab, or click the Next : Services > button, and then select the checkbox for Microsoft.Compute, Microsoft.Network, and Microsoft.Storage.

    Select services for new plan in Azure Stack

  6. Select the Quotas tab, or click the Next : Quotas > button. Next to Microsoft.Storage, choose either the default quota from the dropdown box, or select Create New to create a customized quota.

    Specify quotas for new plan in Azure Stack

  7. If you're creating a new quota, enter a Name for the quota, and then specify the quota values. Select OK to create the quota.

    Create new quota for new plan in Azure Stack

  8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to create and assign quotas for Microsoft.Network and Microsoft.Compute. When all three services have quotas assigned, they'll look like the next example.

    Complete quota assignments for new plan in Azure Stack

  9. Select Review + create to review the plan. Review all values and quotas to ensure they're correct. The interface enables you to expand the quotas in the chosen plans one at a time to view the details of each quota in a plan. You can also go back to make any necessary edits.

    Create the plan in Azure Stack

  10. When you're ready, select Create to create the plan.

  11. To see the new plan, on the left-hand side click All services, select Plans, and then search for the plan and select its name. If your list of resources is long, use Search to locate your plan by name.

Create a plan (1901 and earlier)

  1. Sign in to the Azure Stack administrator portal.

  2. To create a plan and offer that users can subscribe to, select + New, then Offers + Plans, then Plan.

    Select a plan in Azure Stack administrator portal

  3. Under New plan, enter a Display name and a Resource name. The display name is the plan's friendly name that users can see. Only the admin can see the resource name, which admins use to work with the plan as an Azure Resource Manager resource.

    Specify details for new plan in Azure Stack

  4. Create a new Resource Group, or select an existing one, as a container for the plan.

    Specify the resource group for new plan in Azure Stack

  5. Select Services and then select the checkbox for Microsoft.Compute, Microsoft.Network, and Microsoft.Storage. Next, choose Select to save the configuration. Checkboxes appear when the mouse hovers over each option.

    Select services for new plan in Azure Stack

  6. Select Quotas, Microsoft.Storage (local), and then choose either the default quota or select Create new quota to create a customized quota.

    Specify quotas for new plan in Azure Stack

  7. If you're creating a new quota, enter a Name for the quota > specify the quota values > select OK. The Create quota dialog closes.

    Create new quota for new plan in Azure Stack

    You then select the new quota you created. Selecting the quota assigns it and closes the selection dialog.

    Assign the quota for new plan in Azure Stack

  8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to create and assign quotas for Microsoft.Network (local) and Microsoft.Compute (local). When all three services have quotas assigned, they'll look like the next example.

    Complete quota assignments for new plan in Azure Stack

  9. Under Quotas, choose OK, and then under New plan, choose Create to create the plan.

    Create the plan in Azure Stack

  10. To see your new plan, select All resources, then search for the plan and select its name. If your list of resources is long, use Search to locate your plan by name.

    Review the new plan in Azure Stack

Next steps