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Overview

To implement infrastructure as code for your Azure solutions, use Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates. The template is a JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) file that defines the infrastructure and configuration for your project. The template uses declarative syntax, which lets you state what you intend to deploy without having to write the sequence of programming commands to create it. In the template, you specify the resources to deploy and the properties for those resources.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 4/16/2019, Video, 0:04:09
    In this edition of Azure Tips and Tricks, learn how to use Azure Resource Manager templates to describe your infrastructure and deploy it. For more tips and tricks, visit:...
  2. 3/26/2020, Sample
    This repo contains all currently available Azure Resource Manager templates contributed by the community. A searchable template index is maintained at azure.com.

ARM Templates News

5/11/2022, MS Tech Community
  The people behind the #30DaysOfSWA: https://aka.ms/30DaysOfSWA About #30DaysOfSWA  Azure Static Web Apps (SWA) celebrates 1 year of general availability in May!! If you're new to the...
4/13/2022, MS Tech Community
Case Details: With the move to the cloud, many teams have adopted agile development methods. You can automate deployments and use the practice of infrastructure as code. To implement...
3/25/2022, MS Tech Community
Hello Folks,   We are back with AzUpdate.  Our Schedule has been “wonky” for the past few weeks in light of world events and guidance from our central comms team. But we’re here this week.   This...
3/17/2022, MS Tech Community
There are many reasons why we want to automate Azure Data Explorer solution provisioning:  ensuring parity between environments, having fast and low-risk deployments to our production...
2/24/2022, MS Tech Community
When you go to deploy a server or any part of our infrastructure manually, how long does it take you? Can you do a manual deployment end to end without any mistakes? Now, how do you scale that?...