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How much do you know about scaling up versus scaling out in Azure Analysis Services? These features allow you to adjust resources for changes in workloads. I’d like to clear up any uncertainty about when to scale up vs. out to help you determine what’s best based on your workload scenario.
Whether you are scaling up or scaling out, you must monitor the QPU usage, and you do this by using three metrics.
I hope this is helpful in knowing how to adjust your resources for changing workloads by scaling up or scaling out in Azure Analysis Services, as well how you should monitor your QPU usage regardless of how you make those adjustments.
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