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Overview

Azure Dedicated Host is a service that provides physical servers - able to host one or more virtual machines - dedicated to one Azure subscription. Dedicated hosts are the same physical servers used in our data centers, provided as a resource. You can provision dedicated hosts within a region, availability zone, and fault domain. Then, you can place VMs directly into your provisioned hosts, in whatever configuration best meets your needs.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 11/5/2019, Video, 0:45:00
    With Azure Dedicated Host you can deploy your very own private cloud in Azure. Control the maintenance window, gain direct visibility over the underlying server...

Azure Dedicated Host Videos

Azure Dedicated Host deep dive | BRK3126
1/14/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Ignite
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Azure Dedicated Host deep dive
11/8/2019, Ignite 2019
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Azure Dedicated Host deep dive
11/5/2019, Ignite 2019
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Azure Dedicated Host News

3/26/2020, Service Updates
Azure Dedicated Hosts now offer Azure reservations and support for Lsv2, Msv2, Dasv4, and Easv4 Azure Virtual Machines in addition to providing new hardware options. Run a broader range of...
3/25/2020, Microsoft Azure Blog
Late last year, we’ve announced the general availability of Azure Dedicated Hosts. This blog provides an update regarding the new and recently added capabilities since we initially introduced Azure…
12/10/2019, Microsoft Azure Blog
We are taking a look at the preview of a maintenance control feature for platform updates on Azure Dedicated Host and Isolated virtual machines. Using this feature customers can take control of...
12/3/2019, Service Updates
A new Azure service that provides physical servers capable of hosting one or more Azure virtual machines. The server is dedicated to your organization and workloads.