Calculating Azure VM Disk Throughput

Kevin Feasel

2017-12-04

Cloud

Ed Elliott has built a nice calculator:

What does it do?

You choose how many volume you want, whether you want caching or not and then how many disks choosing the amount and type of disks and then the calculator will tell you what your max throughput is and also when you have exceeded the maximum throughput of the virtual machine.

Good stuff.  Check out his calculator and associated FAQ.

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