Using the command line seems like it might require a lot of memorization, but what if there was a tool that helped you to write the commands and the proper parameters? In this video, learn how to use Azure's interactive mode to write commands to manage actions and infrastructure.
- [Instructor] Now that you're familiar … with the Azure CLI, I want to show you some tips … and tricks inside of here that are going to help you out … when you're using this interface. … The first one I want to show you, … let me click on here to highlight it, … is az, and watch this, I'm going to type in interactive. … I'm going to hit return, and it brings us up … to something called interactive mode. … Notice it's a nice purple color there, … and it's going to behave different. … It's going to interact with us. … Now let me just start with this, az, … and notice what happens, it comes up with a groups … that we can use on this. … And what I'm going to do is I'm going to create … actually a resource group. … An az group, now watch what I hit, the space bar, … it comes up with the base commands. … I'm going to just down arrow, and then hit space bar, … and then it tells us the required arguments … that we need for this, location, and the name, … and the resource group, … they're pretty much the same thing we can call those. …
- Customizing the Azure portal
- Creating and deploying resources
- Using the Azure CLI
- Deploying and configuring resources with the CLI
- Deploying and configuring resources with PowerShell
- Deploying resources with JSON templates