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 lifecycle.
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Deploy a VM Scale Set behind a load balancer/NAT & each VM running Drupal (Apache / PHP). All nodes share the created Azure file share storage and MySQL database
This template deploys a 2, 4, 6, or 8 node Gluster File System with 2 replicas on Ubuntu
This template deploys a 2 node master/slave MySQL replication cluster on CentOS 6.5 or 6.6
This template allows you to deploy a file server that can be used as shared storage for SAP NetWeaver.
Create a SharePoint 2019 / 2016 / 2013 farm with a web application set with Windows and ADFS authentication, and some path based and host-named site collections. It also provisions User Profiles and Apps service applications and installs claims provider LDAPCP.
This template creates a RDS farm deployment using existing active directory in same resource group
This template creates a new Azure VM, it configures the VM to be an AD DC for a new forest
This template shows how to create a private endpoint pointing to Azure SQL Server
This template creates an Azure Web Application Firewall v2 on Azure Application Gateway with two Windows Server 2016 servers in the backend pool
This template creates an Azure Firewall with Application and Network Rules referring to IP Groups. Also, includes a Linux Jumpbox vm setup
This template enables encryption on a running windows VM without needing AAD application details
This template creates a secured virtual hub using Azure Firewall to secure your cloud network traffic destined to the Internet.
This template creates an Azure Firewall with two public IP addresses and two Windows Server 2019 servers to test.
This template creates an Internet-facing load-balancer, load balancing rules, and three VMs for the backend pool with each VM in a redundant zone.
This template creates a virtual network with three subnets (server subnet, jumpbox subnet, and Azure Firewall subnet), a jumpbox VM with public IP, A server VM, UDR route to point to Azure Firewall for the ServerSubnet,an Azure Firewall with one or more Public IP addresses, one sample application rule, and one sample network rule and Azure Firewall in Availability Zones 1, 2, and 3.
This template creates an Azure Application Gateway with two Windows Server 2016 servers in the backend pool
This template will deploy a Red Hat Enterprise Linux VM (RHEL 7.8), using the Pay-As-You-Go RHEL 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 allows you to deploy a simple FreeBSD VM using a few different options for the FreeBSD version, using the latest patched version. This will deploy in resource group location on a D1 VM Size.
This template will deploy a Red Hat Enterprise Linux VM (RHEL 7.8), using the Pay-As-You-Go RHEL VM image for the selected version on Standard A1_v2 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 allows you to create a Windows Virtual Machine from a specified image. It also attaches multiple empty StandardSSD data disks by default. Note that you can specify the size and the Storage type (Standard_LRS, StandardSSD_LRS and Premium_LRS) of the empty data disks.
This template allows you to deploy a simple VM and specify the number of data disks at deploy time using a parameter. Note that the number and size of data disks is bound by the VM size. The VM size for this sample is Standard_DS4_v2 with a default of 16 data disks.
This template allows you to deploy a VM with 3 IP configurations. This template will deploy a Linux/Windows VM called *myVM1* with 3 IP configurations: *IPConfig-1*, *IPConfig-2* and *IPConfig-3*, respectively.
This template allows you to deploy a simple Linux VM with Accelerated Networking using Ubuntu version 18.04-LTS with the latest patched version. This will deploy a D3_v2 size VM in the resource group location and return the FQDN of the VM.