Azure Batch Cheat Sheet
- A service that runs large-scale parallel and high-performance computing (HPC) batch jobs in Azure.
- Allows you to run jobs in a group of Linux or Windows virtual machines.
- A task represents a unit of computation and a job is a collection of tasks.
- Job priority values range from the lowest priority to the highest priority.
- To specify certain limits for your jobs, you can use job constraints:
- Maximum wallclock time – tasks are terminated if the job runs longer than the specified time.
- Maximum number of task retries – if the task fails, it will be requeued to run again.
- A job manager task contains the information needed to create the tasks required for the job.
- Scheduled jobs allow you to create recurring jobs.
- Simultaneously run on more than one compute node with a multi-instance task.
- With task dependencies, the task depends on the completion of other tasks before its execution.
Azure Batch Pricing
- No additional charge for using Azure Batch and you are only charged for the underlying resources consumed.
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