With the recent updates to ARM templates, we can now include Resource Groups as part of our deployment. However, the process isn't quite as simple as you might think. We'll look at how it's done.
If you’ve been to any cloud or devops conference or meetup in the last year, you’ve probably heard about Terraform, the Infrastructure as Code tool from Hashicorp, it’s been one of the big talking points of the devops community for some time now. Terraform is a proprietary language for creating infr
Defining Infrastructure as Code is becoming prevalent in all areas of IT, but none more so than in the cloud. Be this Azure Resource Manager Templates, AWS Cloudformation or third party tools like Terraform. Once you’ve gone down this route, you open up the ability to treat your infrastructure code
Back in June Microsoft introduced the ability to have an ARM template deploy to more than one resource group, at Ignite this year they went a step further to allow cross subscription deployments. It is now possible to have a single deployment create resources in multiple resource groups, regions and
Virtual Machines in a Scale Set provide a great way to spin up many identical machines in parralell. Thes VMs are all based on a common VM image and so unless all you need on your VMs is Windows, you are going to need to load applicaitons and data into these VMs. Getting your applications into that