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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This template demonstrates domain join to a private AD domain up in cloud.
This template creates 2 new VMs to be AD DCs (primary and backup) for a new Forest and Domain
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 creates a new Azure VM, it configures the VM to be an AD DC for a new Forest
This template creates Azure VMs on an existing VNET, and it provisions them as a Windows Server 2016 Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) Scale-Out File Server (SOFS) cluster.
This template creates a RDS farm deployment using existing active directory in same resource group
This template allows you to join an already exitsing Windows virtual machine into an existing Active Directory Domain. For this template to work you need an existing virtual machine, an AD Domain and a Domain Controller that has communication with this virtual machine and DNS settings that will allow this virtual machine to resolve the Domain DNS name.
This template shows how to create a DNS server that forwards queries to Azure's internal DNS servers. This is useful for setting up DNS resultion between virtual networks (as described in https://azure.microsoft.com/documentation/articles/virtual-networks-name-resolution-for-vms-and-role-instances/).
This template allows you to create 2 Virtual Machines under a Load balancer and configure a load balancing rule on Port 80. This template also deploys a Storage Account, Virtual Network, Public IP address, Availability Set and Network Interfaces. In this template, we use the resource loops capability to create the network interfaces and virtual machines
This template uses the Azure Linux CustomScript extension to deploy an application. This example creates an Ubuntu VM, does a silent install of Python, Django and Apache, then creates a simple Django app
This template allows you to create a new Virtual Machine from a custom image on a new storage account deployed together with the storage account, which means the source image VHD must be transferred to the newly created storage account before that Virtual Machine is deployed. This is accomplished by the usage of a transfer virtual machine that is deployed and then uses a script via custom script extension to copy the source VHD to the destination storage account.
This template creates a VM from VHDs (OS + data disk) and let you connect it to an existing VNET that can reside in another Resource Group then the virtual machine
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.
Add an access policy to an existing KeyVault without removing existing policies.
This template creates a redundant haproxy setup with 2 Ubuntu VMs configured behind Azure load balancer with floating IP enabled. Each of the Ubuntu VMs run haproxy to load balance requests to other application VMs (running Apache in this case). Keepalived enables redundancy for the haproxy VMs by assigning the floating IP to the MASTER and blocking the load-balancer probe on the BACKUP. This template also deploys a Storage Account, Virtual Network, Public IP address, Network Interfaces.
This template assigns Owner, Reader or Contributor access to an existing resource group.
This template creates a VNet, 2 subnets, and a gateway
This template deploys SharePoint 2013 or 2016 with 3 VMs (DC, SQL and SharePoint), each with a public IP address and a subnet protected with a Network Security Group. Domain Controller runs ADCS, ADFS, and 2 additional DNS zones to support SharePoint apps. SharePoint has 1 web application with 2 zones. Default zone uses Windows authentication and Intranet zone uses federated authentication with ADFS. Latest version of claims provider LDAPCP is installed and configured. User Profile and Apps (addins) services are fully configured.
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.