Join Sharon Bennett for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Microsoft Azure: Design and Deploy ARM Templates.
- [Instructor] Please, feel free to download, modify, and use the files that I either use or create during this course. During the course, I may use scripts that were created in preparation for the demos. Typically, these scripts tend to be long and detailed and it's easier and faster to use the prepared versions. These scripts can be found in the Exercise Files folder which I have located on my desktop. You may have your folder in a different location. In the Exercise Files folder, the files are organized by chapter and movie number.
For example, let's take a look at CH01_05. This corresponds to chapter one, movie five and the scripts that I will use during that chapter will be here but the learning doesn't stop there, I have also included my finalized scripts that I create during the demos to help you get started. For example, let's take a look at chapter two, movie two. During this demonstration, I will manually enter the PowerShell commandlets into a file titled Untitled.ps1 instead of using a prepared script.
Once I have completed the demonstration, I will then save that file with a descriptive name such as ResourceGroupLock. You can then use this file for your own uses. Let's go ahead and take a look at ResourceGroupLock to show you what I mean. I'm going to go ahead and open it, it's going to open with PowerShell ISE, and this will be the script that you will see me use during the demonstration, but for the demonstration, I will need to change the SubscriptionID to my subscription ID just as when you go to use the script, you will need to change the subscription ID to your subscription ID.
There may be other variables that you have to change as well such as ResourceName. During my demo, I will use the resource name simplevmdisks607, that will not be the same name that you will use. Modifying these scripts will make your experience unique to your environment. Hopefully these files will help you to continue on your learning path.
- Implementing Azure Resource Manager templates
- Creating a template from a deployment
- Deploying a template using the portal
- Deploying a template using PowerShell
- Using Azure Quickstart Templates
- Using service principals
- Locking Azure resources
- Securing Azure subscriptions
- Azure active directory roles
- Designing custom RBAC roles