Azure Quickstart Templates
Deploy Azure resources through the Azure Resource Manager with community-contributed templates to get more done. Deploy, learn, fork and contribute back.
What is Azure Resource Manager
Azure Resource Manager allows you to provision your applications using a declarative template. In a single template, you can deploy multiple services along with their dependencies. You use the same template to repeatedly deploy your application during every stage of the application life cycle.
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This template allows you to create a Virtual Network with two subnets.
This template references existing key-value configurations from an existing config store and uses retrieved values to set properties of the resources the template creates.
This template creates an Application Gateway, Public IP address for the Application Gateway, and the Virtual Network in which Application Gateway is deployed. Also configures Application Gateway for Ssl Offload and Load balancing with Two backend servers. Note that you have to specify valid IPs for backend servers.
Creates a new VM with two NICs which connect to two different subnets within the same VNet.
This template creates an Application Gateway, Public IP address for the Application Gateway, and the Virtual Network in which Application Gateway is deployed. Also configures Application Gateway for Http Load balancing with Two backend servers. Note that you have to specify valid IPs for backend servers.
This template creates an application gateway in a virtual network and sets up load balancing rules for any number of virtual machines
This template deploys an Application Gateway V2 in a Virtual Network, a user defined identity, Key Vault, a secret (cert data), and access policy on Key Vault and Application Gateway.
This template deploys a Virtual Network, segregates the network through subnets, deploys VMs and configures load balancing
This example will create a simple DMZ with four windows servers, a VNet with two subnets, and a Network Security Group.
This template deploys a complete LAMP stack, then installs and initializes WordPress. Once the deployment is finished, you need to go to http://fqdn.of.your.vm/wordpress/ to finish the configuration, create an account, and get started with WordPress.
This template allows you to connect two VNETs in different regions using Virtual Network Gateways
This template shows how to create an Azure Traffic Manager profile using external endpoints.
This template deploys a Virtual Network with 3 subnets, 3 Network Security Groups and appropriate security rules to make the FrontEnd subnet a DMZ
This template creates a VM in a VNET which is in a different Resource Group
This template allows you to deploy a Premium Windows VM using a few different options for the Windows version, using the latest patched version.
This template allows you to connect two vNets using vNet Peering
This template allows you to connect two VNETs using Virtual Network Gateways and BGP
This template deploys three vNets connected using Virtual Network Gateways and BGP-enabled connections
This template uses the Azure Linux CustomScript extension to deploy an Apache web server. The deployment template creates an Ubuntu VM, installs Apache2 and creates a simple HTML file. Go to ../demo.html to see the deployed page.
This template will allow you to deploy a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server VM (SLES 12), using the Pay-As-You-Go SLES VM image for the selected version on Standard D1 VM in the location of your chosen resource group with an additional 100 GiB data disk attached to the VM. Additional charges apply to this image - consult Azure VM Pricing page for details.
This template shows how to create an Azure Traffic Manager profile load-balancing across multiple virtual machines.
This template creates 3 new Azure VMs. It configures a new AD domain controler , a new standalone primary site with SQL Server, a remote site system server with Management Point and Distribution Point.
This template allows you to deploy a simple VM (Windows or Ubuntu), using the latest patched version. This will deploy a A2_v2 size VM in the location specified and return the FQDN of the VM.