What is affinity group in azure?

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Some of the resources are specified to be created within an affinity group. What is the meaning of the affinity group in azure's context?
Jan 21 in Azure by anonymous
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Affinity groups ensure that resources created within the same affinity group are physically hosted by servers that are close together, enabling these resources to communicate quicker

As a result of the various architectural improvements, affinity groups are no longer recommended in Azure.

answered Jan 21 by Sirajul
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