Quotas define the limits of resources that a tenant subscription can provision or consume. For example, a quota might allow a tenant to create up to five VMs. To add a service to a plan, the administrator must configure the quota settings for that service.
Quotas are configurable per service and per location, enabling administrators to provide granular control over the resource consumption. Administrators can create one or more quota resources and associate them with plans, which means they can provide differentiated offerings for their services. Quotas for a given service can be created from the Resource Provider administration blade for that service.
A tenant that subscribes to an offer that contains multiple plans can use all resources that are available in each plan.
To create an IaaS quota
In a browser, go to https://adminportal.local.azurestack.external.
Sign in to the Azure Stack portal as an administrator (by using the credentials that you provided during deployment).
- Select New, then Tenant Offers + Plans, and select Quota.
Select the first service for which you want to create a quota. For an IaaS quota, follow these steps for the Compute, Network, and Storage services. In this example, we first create a quota for the Compute service. In the Namespace list, select the Microsoft.Compute namespace.
- Choose the location where the quota is defined (for example, 'local').
- On the Quota Settings item, it says Set the Capacity of Quota. Click this item to configure the quota settings.
On the Set Quotas blade, you see all the Compute resources for which you can configure limits. Each type has a default value that's associated with it. You can change these values or you can select the Ok button at the bottom of the blade to accept the defaults.
After you have configured the values and clicked Ok, the Quota Settings item appears as Configured. Click Ok to create the Quota resource.
You should see a notification indicating that the quota resource is being created.
After the quota set has been successfully created, you receive a second notification. The Compute service quota is now ready to be associated with a plan. Repeat these steps with the Network and Storage services, and you are ready to create an IaaS plan!
Compute quota types
|Max number of virtual machines||50||The maximum number of virtual machines that a subscription can create in this location.|
|Max number of virtual machine cores||100||The maximum number of cores that a subscription can create in this location (for example, an A3 VM has four cores).|
|Max amount of virtual machine memory (GB)||150||The maximum amount of RAM that can be provisioned in megabytes (for example, an A1 VM consumes 1.75 GB of RAM).|
Compute quotas are not enforced in this technical preview.
Storage quota types
|Maximum capacity (GB)||500||Total storage capacity that can be consumed by a subscription in this location.|
|Total number of storage accounts||20||The maximum number of storage accounts that a subscription can create in this location.|
Network quota types
|Max public IPs||50||The maximum number of public IPs that a subscription can create in this location.|
|Max virtual networks||50||The maximum number of virtual networks that a subscription can create in this location.|
|Max virtual network gateways||1||The maximum number of virtual network gateways (VPN Gateways) that a subscription can create in this location.|
|Max network connections||2||The maximum number of network connections (point-to-point or site-to-site) that a subscription can create across all virtual network gateways in this location.|
|Max load balancers||50||The maximum number of load balancers that a subscription can create in this location.|
|Max NICs||100||The maximum number of network interfaces that a subscription can create in this location.|
|Max network security groups||50||The maximum number of network security groups that a subscription can create in this location.|
View an existing quota
To view an existing quota, click More services>Resource Providers and select the service with which the quota you want to view is associated. Next, click Quotas, and select the Quota you want to view.