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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The Azure Database Migration Service (DMS) is designed to streamline the process of migrating on-premises databases to Azure. DMS will simplify the migration of existing on-premises SQL Server and Oracle databases to Azure SQL Database, Azure SQL Managed Instance or Microsoft SQL Server in an Azure Virtual Machine. This template would deploy an instance of Azure Database Migration service, an Azure VM with SQL server installed on it which will act as a Source server with pre created database on it and a Target Azure SQL DB server which will have a pre-created schema of the database to be migrated from Source to Target server. The template will also deploy the required resources like NIC, vnet etc for supporting the Source VM, DMS service and Target server.
This template allows you to deploy an Azure SQL server with Auditing enabled to write audit logs to Event Hub
This template creates new Azure VMs based on which configuration you choose. It configures a new AD domain controler, a new hierarchy/standalone bench with SQL Server, a remote site system server with Management Point and Distribution Point and clients.
Azure Database Migration Service is a fully managed service designed to enable seamless migrations from multiple database sources to Azure data platforms with minimal downtime (online migrations).
This template configures a WAF rule for Azure Front Door to rate limit incoming traffic for a given frontend host.
This template creates a Storage Account with Storage Service Encryption for Data at Rest
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Create a SQL Server Virtual Machine with performance optimized storage settings on PremiumSSD
Creates an Azure storage account with ADLS Gen 2 enabled, an Azure Data Factory instance with linked services for the storage account (an the Azure SQL Database if deployed), and an Azure Databricks instance. The AAD identity for the user deploying the template and the managed identity for the ADF instance will be granted the Storage Blob Data Contributor role on the storage account. There are also options to deploy an Azure Key Vault instance, an Azure SQL Database, and an Azure Event Hub (for streaming use cases). When an Azure Key Vault is deployed, the data factory managed identity and the AAD identity for the user deploying the template will be granted the Key Vault Secrets User role.
Creates an Azure Storage account and a blob container that can be accessed using SFTP protocol. Access can be password or public-key based.
This template deploys Shibboleth Identity Provider on Windows in a clustered configuration. After the deployment is successful, you can go to https://your-domain:8443/idp/profile/status (note port number) to check success.
This template allows you to create a RHEL 8.6 VM running JBoss EAP 7.4 and also deploys a web application called JBoss-EAP on Azure, you can log into the admin console using the JBoss EAP username and password configured at the time of the deployment.
This template allows you to create multiple RHEL 8.6 VMs running JBoss EAP 7.4 cluster and also deploys a web application called eap-session-replication, you can log into the admin console using the JBoss EAP username and password configured at the time of the deployment.
This template allows you to create RHEL 8.6 VMSS instances running JBoss EAP 7.4 cluster and also deploys a web application called eap-session-replication, you can log into the admin console using the JBoss EAP username and password configured at the time of the deployment.
The MedTech service is an optional service of the Azure Health Data Services designed to ingest health data from multiple and disparate Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices and normalizes, groups, transforms, and persists device health data in the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) service within an Azure Health Data Services workspace.
This template deploys an Openshift cluster on Azure with all the required resources, infrastructure and then deploys IBM Cloud Pak for Data along with the add-ons that user chooses.
This Quickstart launches a Big Data solution stack which has Informatica, Azure Data Factory, HDInsight, Azure SQL Dataware house and PowerBI as stack components. This integrated stack is ready to use pre production environment.