GA: Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) support for 5K Node limit by default for Standard tier clusters

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AKS now supports cluster scale beyond the 1000 node limit in the  Standard tier. You can now scale your clusters beyond 1000 node limit up-to a maximum of 5000 out of the box without requesting any limit increases or special enablement.

Both existing and new AKS clusters using the Standard tier now get greater scalability and performance for Kubernetes control plane, up-to a maximum of 5000 nodes and 100,000 pods per cluster. This will help you run larger workloads and get greater scaling performance of the Kubernetes deployments and allow you to consolidate your AKS clusters and get better control plane reliability at scale.

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