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 deploys a vanilla kubernetes cluster initialized using kubeadm. It deploys a configured master node with a cluster autoscaler. A pre-configured Virtual Machine Scale Set (VMSS) is also deployed and automatically attached to the cluster. The cluster autoscaler can then automatically scale up/down the cluster depending on the workload of the cluster.
This ARM template demonstrates the deployment of an AKS instance with advanced networking features into an existing virtual network and Azure AD Integeration. Additionally, the chosen Service Principal is assigned the Network Contributor role against the subnet that contains the AKS cluster.
This ARM template demonstrates the deployment of an AKS instance with advanced networking features into an existing virtual network. Additionally, the chosen Service Principal is assigned the Network Contributor role against the subnet that contains the AKS cluster.
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.
The Azure Container Service Engine (acs-engine) generates ARM (Azure Resource Manager) templates for Docker enabled clusters on Microsoft Azure with your choice of DC/OS, Kubernetes, Swarm Mode, or Swarm orchestrators. The input to the tool is a cluster definition. The cluster definition is very similar to (in many cases the same as) the ARM template syntax used to deploy a Microsoft Azure Container Service cluster.