MATLAB Production Server R2021b (PAYG)  Overview You will be charged by Microsoft for the cost of the Azure resources at the current price for your location.
 You will also be charged for the use of MATLAB Production Server software on a per vCPU/per hour basis. Prices vary by region/currency and are based on a price of USD$0.20 per vCPU/per hour.
Important Considerations:  Choosing a VM and selecting the number of workers: The default VM selected during provisioning is a 4 vCPU D4s v3 that runs 4 MATLAB Production Server worker processes (i.e. 1:1 relationship between the number of vCPUs and the number of MATLAB Production Server worker processes). If you select a different VM during provisioning, you must change the number of MATLAB Production Server workers in the dashboard to match the number of vCPUs in the VM you have selected. For example, if you select a D8s v3 VM which has 8 vCPUs, you should change the number of workers in the dashboard to 8 to match the number of vCPUs. The documentation contains more details on how to change the number of workers in the dashboard.
 Total number of vCPUs is a combination of VM type and number of VMs: The total amount you are charged for MATLAB Production Server software is based on the number of vCPUs across all your VMs. For example, if you have selected a 8 vCPU D8s V3 VM and you have chosen to run 4 VMs in your scale set, you will charged for 8 vCPU x 4 VMs = 32 vCPUs of usage.
 How to find MATLAB Production Server software cost in Azure Portal Cost Analysis: The cost of the software will be listed as "No Service Name" under your VM scale set.

MATLAB Production Server R2021a (PAYG)  Overview You will be charged by Microsoft for the cost of the Azure resources at the current price for your location.
 You will also be charged for the use of MATLAB Production Server software on a per vCPU/per hour basis. Prices vary by region/currency and are based on a price of USD$0.20 per vCPU/per hour.
Important Considerations:  Choosing a VM and selecting the number of workers: The default VM selected during provisioning is a 4 vCPU D4s v3 that runs 4 MATLAB Production Server worker processes (i.e. 1:1 relationship between the number of vCPUs and the number of MATLAB Production Server worker processes). If you select a different VM during provisioning, you must change the number of MATLAB Production Server workers in the dashboard to match the number of vCPUs in the VM you have selected. For example, if you select a D8s v3 VM which has 8 vCPUs, you should change the number of workers in the dashboard to 8 to match the number of vCPUs. The documentation contains more details on how to change the number of workers in the dashboard.
 Total number of vCPUs is a combination of VM type and number of VMs: The total amount you are charged for MATLAB Production Server software is based on the number of vCPUs across all your VMs. For example, if you have selected a 8 vCPU D8s V3 VM and you have chosen to run 4 VMs in your scale set, you will charged for 8 vCPU x 4 VMs = 32 vCPUs of usage.
 How to find MATLAB Production Server software cost in Azure Portal Cost Analysis: The cost of the software will be listed as "No Service Name" under your VM scale set.

MATLAB Production Server R2020b (PAYG)  Overview You will be charged by Microsoft for the cost of the Azure resources at the current price for your location.
 You will also be charged for the use of MATLAB Production Server software on a per vCPU/per hour basis. Prices vary by region/currency and are based on a price of USD$0.20 per vCPU/per hour.
Important Considerations:  Choosing a VM and selecting the number of workers: The default VM selected during provisioning is a 4 vCPU D4s v3 that runs 4 MATLAB Production Server worker processes (i.e. 1:1 relationship between the number of vCPUs and the number of MATLAB Production Server worker processes). If you select a different VM during provisioning, you must change the number of MATLAB Production Server workers in the dashboard to match the number of vCPUs in the VM you have selected. For example, if you select a D8s v3 VM which has 8 vCPUs, you should change the number of workers in the dashboard to 8 to match the number of vCPUs. The documentation contains more details on how to change the number of workers in the dashboard.
 Total number of vCPUs is a combination of VM type and number of VMs: The total amount you are charged for MATLAB Production Server software is based on the number of vCPUs across all your VMs. For example, if you have selected a 8 vCPU D8s V3 VM and you have chosen to run 4 VMs in your scale set, you will charged for 8 vCPU x 4 VMs = 32 vCPUs of usage.
 How to find MATLAB Production Server software cost in Azure Portal Cost Analysis: The cost of the software will be listed as "No Service Name" under your VM scale set.
