ARM templates are the best solution for a fully automated deployment, and they will help you make the transition from an imperative to a declarative deployment model. In this video, learn how to create a VM using an ARM template.
we are going to talk about … how we deploy virtual machines using ARM templates. … ARM stands for Azure Resource Manager. … It has nothing to do with the ARM processor … that you might heard of, … or you might have seen it used in different context. … This has to do with how Azure actually deploy resources. … And the non template is nothing more than just a JSON file. … it shows us 765 different Quickstart templates … that we can use to deploy the resources on Azure. … So, one of them it's Deploy a Ubuntu Linux VM. … Another one it's deploying Windows VM. … So let's take the Windows VM example here. … And this one will take us to a page … that shows us what exactly this template is doing. … And it gives us some information, … it says, it would expect five different parameters. … Like which version of the OS do we want, … which location, the username and password for the admin, … and even if we want a DNS label prefix, … meaning we want to have some name we can work with … once the machine is deployed. …
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