Applies to: Nerdio for Azure (NFA) Windows Virtual Desktops (WVD)
When a new NFA account is provisioned, we create a standard set of servers as the foundation of your IT environment in Azure. The Nerdio environment will consume a certain number of cores in your Azure subscription.
|Plan||Total cores||VM series breakdown|
|NFA Enterprise WVD||14||B: 10
|NFA Professional (25) WVD||12||B: 10
|NFA Professional (15) WVD||11||B: 9
|NFA Professional (5) WVD||11||B: 9
|NFA Core||2||B: 2|
Should your subscription not have sufficient cores quota for a certain VM size or for a region, you must request an increase in quota from Microsoft Azure. See this KB article for steps to request a quota change.
It's important to know when creating a new WVD pool, two hosts get created right off the bat and then one gets removed once the provisioning is complete. As a result, the core quota requirement will be larger than what it appears. Just make sure your quota is large enough to initially spin up 2 hosts. The exact quota requirement will vary depending on the VM series you selected for the pool. Reference THIS article to check the core count on your VM series.