How to write Azure Resource Management Template
I’m following this flow.
1. Implement the finished product on the Azure Portal
2. Export the template on the Azure Portal
3. Edit on Visual Studio Code
4. Deployment test on the Azure Portal(go back one step if there is a problem)
Implement finished product on Azure Portal
If there is no finished product, nothing goes on to check the operation.
Write based on what you have.
Export template on Azure portal
Export the template as described in the following document.
Export template in Azure portal - Azure Resource Manager
To assist with creating Azure Resource Manager templates, you can export a template from existing resources. The…
It needs a lot of times to write from scratch, so it is quick to export.
It’s a bit sad that parameters like Subscription Id and Resource Group Name are hard-coded.
When I wrote this on Twitter, a PM-like person responded, so I replied, but there was no reply afterwards. . .
Edit on Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is highly productive because it also has editor extensions as follows.
Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Tools
This extension provides language support for Azure Resource Manager deployment templates and template language…
The parameters are rewritten here.
The functions that can be used in the template are as follows. Around `concat` and` resourceId` will be almost required.
Template functions - Azure Resource Manager
This article describes all the functions you can use in an Azure Resource Manager template. For information about using…
In addition, depending on the type of resource, you may come across a situation such as “What should I do in such a case?”
In such a case, find the same situation from the following official template collection and refer to it.
For example, there are quite a few unnecessary definitions in the downloaded template, even if they are written, so it is useful to determine how much to delete.
Azure Quickstart Templates. Contribute to Azure/azure-quickstart-templates development by creating an account on…
Deployment test on Azure portal
Deploy using the completed template and check that the deployed resources work as expected.
How to deploy using the template is as follows.