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.
8 templates match your filter.
A template that creates a new Azure Machine Learning workspace. Optionally, you can enable encryption for data at rest in the workspace, and data stored by the workspace in Azure Cosmos DB.
A template for creating a new Azure Container Registry with geo-replication
This template creates an AKS compute target in given Azure Machine Learning service workspace with a private IP address.
Containers make it very easy for you to continuously build and deploy your applications. By orchestrating deployment of those containers using Kubernetes in Azure Container Service, you can achieve replicable, manageable clusters of containers. By setting up a continuous build to produce your container images and orchestration, you can increase the speed and reliability of your deployment.
This template allows you to deploy an instance of Jenkins on a DS1_v2 size Linux Ubuntu 14.04 LTS VM and an Azure Container Registry. It also includes an optional ACR pipeline.
[DEPRECATED] Please use the 'Azure Spinnaker' or 'Continuous Deployment to Kubernetes' template instead.
This template allows you to deploy and configure a DevOps pipeline from an Azure Container Registry to a Kubernetes cluster. It deploys an instance of Jenkins on a Linux Ubuntu 14.04 LTS VM and an instance of Spinnaker on the same Kubernetes cluster that your pipeline will target. The Jenkins instance will include a basic pipeline that checks out a user-provided git repository, builds the Docker container based on the Dockerfile at the root of the repo, and pushes the image to the provisioned Azure Container Registry. The Spinnaker instance will include a basic pipeline that is triggered by any new tag in the registry and deploys the image to the provisioned Kubernetes cluster.