NV-series and NV_Promo Azure Virtual Machines will be retired by 31 August 2022

NV-series and NV_Promo Azure Virtual Machines will be retired by 31 August 2022

19 August, 2021 Microsoft announced that they will be retiring NV and NV_Promo Azure Virtual Machines by 31 August, 2022. This means that after 31 August, 2022 all VMs using NV or NV_Promo size virtual machine subscriptions will stop working. 
This VM size retirement only impacts the VM sizes in the NV and NV_Promo series. This retirement announcement does not impact the newer NVv3 and NVv4 series virtual machines. 
Please see Microsoft migration guide for recommendations to migrate your NV and NV_Promo VM's.  

The full announcement can be found here
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