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Assign and Manage Azure Resource Policies on Tags

Assign and Manage Azure Resource Policies on Tags

In a previous post, I talked about how my client had started using Azure for various departments and enterprise applications in their organization and how they needed a mechanism to sort out how the IT department would easily organize the Azure Resources by department and/or applications.  They needed to do this for a few different reasons – their SDLC process, general organization and charge back to the business processes. Using the tagging feature attached to Resource Groups allowed them to filter…

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Azure Resource Manager template authoring tools

Azure Resource Manager template authoring tools

In this article, I am going to touch on different tooling available for Azure Resource Manager (ARM). For anyone who does not know the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the service used to provision resources in Azure subscription using the new sets of APIs. I am not going to spend too much time on ARM in this post. When creating ARM templates, you have multiple options as far as editors are concerned. Visual Studio 2013: You can download and install…

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Azure Resource Manager Part 2 – Templates

Azure Resource Manager Part 2 – Templates

Deploy Azure Resource Manager Templates In the previous article, we talked about what’s ARM and the benefits of working with it to better manage your resources, manage your billing, and an easy way to deploy more resources in the future. In this article, we will show you how to create and deploy ARM using Azure Portal. Create Azure Group Before we create an ARM, we should create an Azure Group and add resources to it. 1. Login to your Azure Portal…

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Azure Resource Manager Part 1 – Overview

Azure Resource Manager Part 1 – Overview

Azure Overview Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform for PAAS, IAAS and SAAS. If you are a Dev or an IT Pro you can be productive with MS Azure using Azure’s integrated tools, pre-built templates, and managed services. It makes it easier to build your applications faster, using skills developers and IT professionals already have and technologies they already know. Azure supports the broadest selection of operating systems, programming languages, frameworks, tools, databases and devices. Run Linux containers with Docker…

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