Azure Resource Manager introduces an entirely new way of thinking about your Azure resources. Instead of creating and managing individual resources, you can manage even complex applications such as a multi-tiered cloud services using a resource template. Once you have the resource template defined for your application, you can deploy, manage, monitor, and do reporting with you application as a logical unit. Utilizing this product feature assists in automating the deployment of your infrastructure as code and making a DevOps transformation in your company.
The process of downloading a gallery sample resource group template of a Web site with a SQL database and deploy it to Microsoft Azure using Azure PowerShell is illustrated by David Tesar, a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft, in his walkthrough he in the following issue of our popular weekly newsletter WServerNews:
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