Azure Quickstarts from Microsoft partners
Azure Partner Quickstarts are ARM templates created by trusted Microsoft partners and designed to save you time getting started with integrated, multi-artifact solutions on Azure.
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Want to learn how to save time when launching full-stack solutions in the cloud? Azure Partner Quickstarts are ARM templates created by trusted Microsoft partners and designed to help you get started with integrated, multi-artifact solutions rather than single applications or services on Azure. These templates are constructed to launch solutions comprising multiple applications and services from both Microsoft and Microsoft software partners, open source and proprietary. These Quickstarts help automate much of the manual work that would otherwise normally be involved in stitching artifacts together.
Partner Quickstarts are intended as helpers and learning tools. You can customise these Quickstart templates to meet your unique business needs.
Make sure to review documentation in the associated GitHub entry before deciding whether the template is suitable for production environments.
The use of the Azure Quickstart templates themselves is free. But, as with any deployment to Azure, your Azure subscription will be charged for any associated Azure consumption or partner software fees. For example, if you deploy a Quickstart to Azure that launches a security stack comprising Trend Micro Deep Security, Chef and Splunk, you will incur any associated costs for both Azure consumption and partner software fees as publicly listed by the partners in Azure Marketplace.
As with any deployment on Azure, your use of any Azure service or Marketplace offering will be subject to the associated terms and conditions.
Each of these Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates was created by a Microsoft partner and not by Microsoft. Each ARM template is licensed to customers under a licence agreement by its owner, not Microsoft. Microsoft is not responsible for ARM templates provided and licensed by partners and does not screen for security, compatibility or performance. Community ARM templates are not supported under any Microsoft support programme or service, and are made available AS IS without warranty of any kind.