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Overview

The Azure command-line interface (Azure CLI) is a set of commands used to create and manage Azure resources. The Azure CLI is available across Azure services and is designed to get you working quickly with Azure, with an emphasis on automation.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 9/29/2017, Video, 0:22:50
    Azure CLI 2.0 is the new command-line experience for managing Azure resources that you can use in a browser with Azure Cloud Shell, or install it locally on macOS, Linux, and...

Learning

Learning Paths

Implement resource management security in Azure
Published: 7/1/2020, Length: 4:16:00
Learn how to secure resources using policy, role-based access control, and other Azure services
Manage resources in Azure
Published: 9/24/2018, Length: 5:02:00
Learn how to work with the Azure command line and web portal to create, manage, and control cloud based resources.
AZ-104: Prerequisites for Azure administrators
Published: 5/14/2020, Length: 6:30:00
Learn the basic concepts you'll need to know as an Azure administrator and prepare for Exam AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator.

Azure CLI News

10/21/2020, MS Tech Community
Infrastructure as Code Infrastructure as Code, IaC is the process of expressing your infrastructure as Code as readable text files over using UIs to configure the same. The benefits of doing so...
10/20/2020, MS Tech Community
Hi there, welcome to another feature release blog of the Azure CLI. Today we will be sharing with you some of the recent Azure CLI work done related to announcements atenabled several end-to-end...
7/29/2020,
Hi IoT developers! We've refreshed the IoT Plug and Play Preview with new features and enhancements. You can get started today preparing your devices and applications for the next generation of...
6/25/2020, Service Updates
The Azure CLI continues to expand with support for new Azure services. This release includes 23 new modules to manage as many Azure services.