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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9 templates match your filter.

Ubuntu Tomcat server for use with Team Services deployments

This template allows you to create an Ubuntu VM running Apache2 and Tomcat7 and enabled to support Visual Studio Team Services Apache Tomcat Deployment task, the Copy Files over SSH task, and the FTP Upload task (using ftps) to enable deployment of web applications.

paultbarham by Paul T. Barham,
Last updated: 10/11/2018

Red Hat Tomcat server for use with Team Services deployments

This template allows you to create an Red Hat VM running Apache2 and Tomcat7 and enabled to support Visual Studio Team Services Apache Tomcat Deployment task, the Copy Files over SSH task, and the FTP Upload task (using ftps) to enable deployment of web applications.

paultbarham by Paul T. Barham,
Last updated: 8/13/2018

Ubuntu full cross-platform dev box with Team Services agent

This template allows you to create an Ubuntu VM with a full set of cross-platform SDKs and Visual Studio Team Services Linux build agent. Once the VM is successfully provisioned, Team Services build agent installation can be verified by looking under your Team Services account settings under Agent pools. Languages/Tools supported: OpenJDK Java 7 and 8; Ant, Maven and Gradle; npm and nodeJS; groovy and gulp; Gnu C and C++ along with make; Perl, Python, Ruby and Ruby on Rails; .NET; and go

paultbarham by Paul T. Barham,
Last updated: 8/6/2018

Ubuntu VM with OpenJDK 7/8, Maven and Team Services agent

This template allows you to create an Ubuntu VM software build machine with OpenJDK 7 and 8, Maven (and thus Ant) and Visual Studio Team Services Linux build agent. Once the VM is successfully provisioned, Team Services build agent installation can be verified by looking under your Team Services account settings under Agent pools

paultbarham by Paul T. Barham,
Last updated: 8/1/2018

TFS Basic Domain Deployment

This template creates a self-contained single VM TFS deployment, including TFS, SQL Express, and a Domain Controller. It is meant to be used to evaluate TFS in Azure, not as a production deployment.

chrisamert by Chris Amert,
Last updated: 11/2/2017

TFS Workgroup Deployment

This template creates a self-contained single VM TFS workgroup deployment, including TFS and SQL Express. It is meant to be used to evaluate TFS in Azure, not as a production deployment.

chrisamert by Chris Amert,
Last updated: 11/2/2017

TFS 3 VM Deployment

This template creates a TFS deployment with three VMs. One VM serves as a domain controller for the other two. One of the domain-joined VMs will run SQL Server Standard edition. The second will run TFS, configured to use SQL on the first. All three will support RDP through NAT rules on a load balancer. This template is meant to be used to evaluate TFS in Azure, not as a production deployment.

chrisamert by Chris Amert,
Last updated: 11/2/2017

TFS on an existing domain and SQL server

This template creates a new TFS deployment in an existing domain, configured against an existing SQL instance. This template can be used as the starting point for a production deployment of TFS.

chrisamert by Chris Amert,
Last updated: 11/2/2017

Red Hat full cross-platform dev box with Team Services agent

This template allows you to create an Red Hat VM with a full set of cross-platform SDKs and Visual Studio Team Services Linux build agent. Once the VM is successfully provisioned, Team Services build agent installation can be verified by looking under your Team Services account settings under Agent pools. Languages/Tools supported: OpenJDK Java 6, 7 and 8; Ant, Maven and Gradle; npm and nodeJS; groovy and gulp; Gnu C and C++ along with make; Perl, Python, Ruby and Ruby on Rails; .NET Core; Docker Engine and Compose; and go

paultbarham by Paul T. Barham,
Last updated: 11/7/2016