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Combine Azure volume scaling with VM scaling based on VM tags
What is the desired customer use case?:
The customer would like from a policy to trigger the actions and execute the n actions at the same time (automatically/programmatically using API calls based on VM tags to select all the action related to one VM at the same time). Because we currently can combine volume scaling actions but not vm + volume scaling actions, this is not possible via the schedule or the API.
Impact (to the customer use of Turbo) without this:
Cannot streamline their process by automatically/programmatically using API calls based on VM tags. Customer needs this feature to respect the maintenance window (e.g.: 20mins) while combining Azure volume scaling with VM scaling.
How much of their intended use of Turbo is impacted?:
When some actions are generated, they don't want to have to use multiple maintenance windows to right size the same VM. They would ideally like to shut down the VM only once and do all the volume & scaling actions, instead of stopping and starting the same VM for each one.
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