My good friend and fellow MVP Tao Yang wrote a great post on Using ARM Templates to Deploying Azure Policy Definitions That Requires Input Parameters. Azure Policy has two terms that you should be aware:
- Policy Definition – This is the policy itself. This is the definition of what will be governed. The policy definition when created does not do anything until it is assigned. There are policy definitions available out of the box (created by Microsoft) and such that can be created on your own. Out of box policies are of type built-in and the ones created by you are custom.
- Policy Assignment – This assigns policy definition to be applied at specific level like subscription, management group or resource group.
Continue reading “Defining Input Parameters For Policy Definitions in ARM Template”
Yesterday Dave announced that there is a new Azure VM extension that deploys the Service Map Dependency Agent. The example provided was only for PowerShell so it was natural that we need ARM template as well. Continue reading “ARM Templates for Service Map Dependency Agent Deployment”
This will be a short one. Azure Resource Manager is a powerful beast and Operations Management Suite is gaining more of its functionality every day. And by that statement I do not mean OMS features specific to Azure. I mean the API, management and orchestration stuff of Azure Resource Manager. Continue reading “Moving OMS Workspace between Resource Groups”
There is a new version of the OMSSearch module which mainly includes two new cmdlets.
Continue reading “OMSSearch PowerShell Module 6.1.0 Release”
I’ve just updated the OMSSearch PowerShell module. New version is 6.0.0. Here are the changes: Continue reading “OMSSearch PowerShell Module 6.0.0 Release”