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Creating VM in Azure and Storage accounts

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when creating VMs in Azure, should I create storage account per VM or one storage account for all VM ?
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Please refer for this on planning
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/mast/2014/10/14/configuring-azure-virtual-machines-for-optimal-storage-performance/

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Plan for a separate single storage account for each high I/O Azure virtual machine
While you can safely have up to 40 VHDs per storage account, breaking each virtual machine into its own storage account allows for easier administration. You can have a maximum of 100 storage accounts per subscription
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