A new feature that Microsoft released is the possibility to isolate virtual machines, from other Microsoft’s customers VM, by using a dedicated Hyper-V host. This service is in SaaS, so you will not be able to manage something, except the host deployment.
Firstly, you need to create a Host Group:
The Host group is created.
Now, before creating the dedicated host, you must register the Microsoft.Maintenance resource provider, for your subscription:
When it has been done, you’re now able to deploy a Dedicated Host, in the previous created host group:
If you’ve the following error, check your usage or your subscription type (doesn’t work with Visual Studio/Sponsorship subscriptions):
If you need more vCPU for the region, open a ticket:
When the deployment is done, you can see it in the Azure Portal:
Now, try to deploy a new virtual machine. In the Advanced tab, choose the host group created previously and the Host that we deployed previously:
When the virtual machine is deployed, you can see it directly in the Host service:
You have now a great opportunity to deploy resources, in Azure Cloud, on dedicated hardware.