On the VM Types and Sizes page (), you can manage the types and sizes of VMs you want to be available for creating farms and assignments.
To review the list of specific Microsoft Azure VM types and sizes that are supported for use with Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure, see KB article Microsoft Azure VM Types and Sizes for Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure (77120). As stated in that article, some VM types and sizes that are available in Microsoft Azure are not acceptable to use with Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure.
For pods in Microsoft Azure, you can select the VMs that appear in the Model drop-down menu in the farm and desktop assignment creation wizards. You can also add custom tags, which can be used to filter VMs in the Model drop-down menu. For details about how this list can be filtered, see one of the following topics: Horizon Cloud Pods - Create a Farm, Create a Floating VDI Desktop Assignment Provisioned by a Single Pod in Microsoft Azure, or Create a Dedicated VDI Desktop Assignment Provisioned by a Single Pod in Microsoft Azure. The filter option functions identically in all three cases, so the information describing the option is the same in these three topics.
There are a few VMs that VMware has removed from the list because they do not work with Horizon Cloud, and might be some that Microsoft has not made available for other reasons. If there is an Azure VM you want to use but do not see listed, contact your VMware representative.
The information displayed for each VM is shown in the following table.
|Visibility||Indicates whether a VM is displayed in the Model drop-down menu in the farm and desktop assignment creation wizards. By default, this option is selected for all VMs.|
|VM Name||Name of the VM.|
|Tag||There are two types of tags that can be applied to VMs.
|vCPU||Number of vCPU in the VM.|
|RAM||Size of the RAM for the VM.|
|Data Disk||Number of data disks in the VM.|