Azure ARM

Course
Time
1 hour 19 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:02
Let's learn a little bit more about the arm terminology and what our management scopes.
00:09
We have already learned a lot of these, but let's solidify so in agile we have. Resource is
00:16
Resource is a manageable item in azure, like virtual machines, database, the storage accounts, virtual networks, Web ups, et cetera.
00:25
Each resource. He has a unique resource identifier that is built by Concorde innate ing, the higher level resource is and the resource provider.
00:34
Those resources are managed through resource providers. The resource providers also implement the management AP eyes that he used to manage the resource is
00:44
resources can be grouped into containers called research groups.
00:49
Reserves groups are logical grouping of resource is that allow you to manage multiple resources at once.
00:55
What resources you put in the resource group is completely up to you.
00:59
Keep in mind that you can manage the access on a resource group level, and this may drive the way you group Resource is.
01:06
For example, if you want to have a separate team that manages networking, you may want to put all networking. Resource is like virtual networks, load balancers and firewalls in the same resource group
01:18
you describe your arm Resource is using a Jason document called arm template.
01:25
Adam Templates use a declarative syntax to describe the resource is the point in Asher there dependencies and corresponding properties.
01:33
We were looking to details Cousteau develop arm templates and how to use them for deployment later. In this course.
01:41
Last but not least, you can use tax to describe resource is and make it easier to find, managed and report on
01:49
using tax makes your resource governance much easier.
01:56
What about the management's gulps?
01:59
Azure provides four levels of management scope
02:01
management groups, subscriptions,
02:06
research groups and actual resource is
02:09
management settings can be applied to each one of the management levels.
02:17
Also, templates can be deployed to management groups, subscriptions or resource groups.
02:24
Any settings that you apply at the higher management level are inherited on the lower levels.
02:31
If you, for example, deploy a policy on the management group level,
02:37
this policy is also inherited on the subscription level as well. Was the resource groups level? A swell of the resource is itself.
02:46
Let's summarize what we have learned in this model and jump into developing our templates. After that

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Toddy Mladenov
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