Learn how to create a new Azure resource group.
- [Instructor] So because we're going to allow resources to be shared between AWS and Azure, we have to do a bit of work on the Azure side of things. So we're going to do that now. The first thing that we have to do is to set up a resource group. If you think back to the AWS videos, you'll recall that we created a VPC in AWS as a way of acting as a collection of resources. Well, we have to do something very similar in Azure. We have to create a resource group. And a resource group is going to act as a collection of resources that we create in these videos. So let's go ahead and create a resource group.
Here I am on the Azure dashboard. And if we look at the options on the left, you can see that we have an option for Resource groups. I'll go ahead and click on Resource groups, and that's going to take me to a list of the resource groups that currently exist. Rather than using one of my existing resource groups, I wanna create a brand new one. And to do that, I'm going to go up here and click on Add. And all I have to do now is provide a name for the resource group that I wanna create. I'm gonna call this AWS-RG to indicate that this is a resource group for use with objects that are going to be associated with AWS.
And then I choose my subscription and my resource group location, which I'm going to go with the defaults on both of those. And then I'll click Create. And then that's going to create my resource group. And I see a confirmation that the resource group has been created. And there's a button I can click if I want to go into the resource group right now. I'm not gonna worry about that. Instead I'm going to close this message, and I'm just gonna click Refresh, and now we see the new resource group appear right here. So we've created our resource group.
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