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Support for premium managed disks with Cloudbreak on Azure

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Support for premium managed disks with Cloudbreak on Azure

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Hello,

I am trying to create a custom template and pick premium managed disks for masters and standard managed disks for workers.
The documentation details the option of selecting "Volume Type" for making such a distinction.
https://hortonworks.github.io/cloudbreak-azure-docs/azure-config/index.html under "Custom template".

However, in my Cloudbreak GUI, I dont see the "Volume type" dropdown.
What am I missing here?

Thanks in advance.
Anagha

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Re: Support for premium managed disks with Cloudbreak on Azure

@Anagha Khanolkar

Good observation, at the point of the early adopter implementation, only Standard LRS storage was supported for managed disks, Premium LRS was introduced since then, so "Volume type" is hidden from the UI and going with .

Premium managed disks will be supported in the near future version of Cloudbreak. Would you like to use Premium LRS?

Hope this helps!

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Re: Support for premium managed disks with Cloudbreak on Azure

@Anagha Khanolkar

Good observation, at the point of the early adopter implementation, only Standard LRS storage was supported for managed disks, Premium LRS was introduced since then, so "Volume type" is hidden from the UI and going with .

Premium managed disks will be supported in the near future version of Cloudbreak. Would you like to use Premium LRS?

Hope this helps!

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Re: Support for premium managed disks with Cloudbreak on Azure

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@pdarvasi:
Thanks for the quick response. Yes- would like to use premium managed disks for master nodes. Also, in lower environments for workers, use standard managed disks, and in production, premium. This is a need for an customer. Can this be rolled out quickly? If yes, do share timelines. Thanks.

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Re: Support for premium managed disks with Cloudbreak on Azure

@Anagha Khanolkar

Feature timing-wise, unfortunately I cannot make any statements so you should contact the sales or solution engineer contact of your customer.

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