We've just had an update to the Azure Resource Manager templates to allow us to create Cosmos DB resources. We are now able to deploy much more of our Cosmos setup with ARM templates, including databases, containers, graphs, namespaces and tables.
Using the Roll Back Deployment commands allows you to re-deploy an older deployment if an error occurs in your current deployment.
Microsoft recently updated the ARM template spec to allow the creation of SAS tokens inside a template. This is excellent news for anyone who is deploying resources with ARM templates that rely on storage accounts and need a SAS token to access them.
ARM template functions allow you to perform simple operations directly on in your templates to transform values in your deployment. In this article we'll look at some less commonly used templates that can be really useful
Learn how Azure Container Instances can be used to run scripts as part of your ARM template deployments.
A recent update to the ARM schema means you can now create Blob containers in your template. We're still waiting for tables, queues and shares, but this is a start. Unfortunately, the ARM reference docs don't seem to have been updated to show how to do this, so I'll show you how.