Azure Red Hat OpenShift resources

This topic lists the Azure regions and virtual machine sizes supported by the Microsoft Azure Red Hat OpenShift service.

Azure regions

See Products available by region for a current list of regions where you can deploy Azure Red Hat OpenShift clusters.

Virtual machine sizes

Here are the supported virtual machine sizes you can specify for the compute nodes in your Azure Red Hat OpenShift cluster.

Important

Each VM has a different number of drives that can be attached. This may not be as immediately clear as memory or CPU size. Not all VM sizes are available in all regions. Even if the API supports the size you specify, you might get an error if the size is not available in the region you specify. See Current list of supported VM sizes per region for more information.

Compute node sizes

The following compute node sizes are supported by the Azure Red Hat OpenShift REST API:

Size vCPU RAM
Standard D4s v3 4 16 GB
Standard D8s v3 8 32 GB
Standard D16s v3 16 64 GB
Standard D32s v3 32 128 GB
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Standard E4s v3 4 32 GB
Standard E8s v3 8 64 GB
Standard E16s v3 16 128 GB
Standard E32s v3 32 256 GB
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Standard F8s v2 8 16 GB
Standard F16s v2 16 32 GB
Standard F32s v2 32 64 GB

Master node sizes

The following master / infrastructure node sizes are supported by the Azure Red Hat OpenShift REST API:

Size vCPU RAM
Standard D4s v3 4 16 GB
Standard D8s v3 8 32 GB
Standard D16s v3 16 64 GB
Standard D32s v3 32 128 GB

Next steps

Try the Create a Azure Red Hat OpenShift cluster tutorial.