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    [Update] Thanks for your continued feedback on this capability! Rest assured that we are tracking this request closely along with several other platform capabilities our customers have requested. In the meanwhile, you can leverage cluster scaling capability to adjust HDInsight cluster size according to your varying compute needs. Azure Data Factory is another option you can explore for scheduling jobs with automatic creation and deletion of clusters: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/data-factory-data-transformation-activities/

    Adnan Ijaz
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    Microsoft Azure HDInsight

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    Thanks, This is a common ask from our customers and something we are seriously thinking about. In the meantime you can use Azure Data Factory to “delete” the cluster and you can use persistent metastore using Azure SQL and persistent store like Azure Data Lake Store or Azure Blob which will make it seem like it is “shut down”. Thanks for your feedback. Rashim Gupta (HDInsight Engineering team)

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