This is a continuation of Part 1. If haven’t already read that, you should go though that before continuing further.
Resource Group (continued…)
Picking up where I left in Part 1.
- Used for monitoring meter anad builing at Resource Group level
- Also set up policies
- Set up alerts (if a certain service goes above the certain threshold, it will alert you)
- Set up Quotas (for example: set up to use only certain amount for storage.)
- Controll access level (who can control what to a what level)
- Delete Resource Group = Delete all service in the group
- Each resource can only exist in one Group
- Can be spreak across regions
- Add / remove resources from resource group at any time
- Delete resource from one group and add to another
- Application can your resource from different resources groups
Azure Resource Manager
It’s a tool to manage your resource groups
- Service that’s used to run your cloud based applications on.
- Provides resources such as virtual disks, machines, processors, memory, networking and OSs
- Available whenever you need it and can be ran in seconds to minutes
Virtual Machines (VM)
- Literally computers but you access them remotely
- Emulators of physically computers
VM Scale sets
- Group of indentically configured VMs
- Platform as a service
- Helps doing everything related to apps (build, deploy and manage)
- Create resources based event in codes
- Virtual environments
- OS less
- Created, scaled out and can be stopped dynamically
Azure Container Instances
- Allows to upload your container and it runs it.
- Automatically manages large number of your containers