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Build Your Hybrid Cloud: Getting Started With Azure Resource Manager

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Build Your Hybrid Cloud: Getting Started With Azure Resource Manager

Learn how to deploy, organize and manage applications in your IT environment with Azure Resource Manager.

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Continuing their "Build Your Hybrid Cloud" series, Keith Mayer and Andy Syrewicze  dive into Azure Resource Manager and show us we can deploy, organize and manage applications in our IT environment.

  • [1:40] What is Azure Resource Manager?
  • [6:20] Deploying with Azure Resource Manager
  • [11:00DEMO: Imperative or Declarative Deployment Models
  • [31:00] DEMO: Assigning and exporting tags in Preview Portal

Learn more! 18 Steps for End-to-End IaaS Provisioning in the Cloud with Azure Resource Manager, PowerShell and DSC

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