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O que é o Azure Resource Manager
O Azure Resource Manager permite que você provisione seus aplicativos usando um modelo declarativo. Em um único modelo, você pode implantar diversos serviços junto com suas dependências. Você usa o mesmo modelo para implantar repetidamente seu aplicativo em todas as etapas do ciclo de vida do aplicativo.
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This template creates a simple logic app with all the authorization policy settings and schema to http trigger that is needed by ELM custom action API.
Create a Logic App to send summary reports on your backups via email.
Create a Logic App to send reports on your backup and restore jobs via email
Create a Logic App to send reports on your backup policies via email
Create a Logic App to send reports on backup instances protected using Azure Backup via email
Create a Logic App to send reports on backup instances, usage, jobs, policies, policy adherence, and optimization opportunities via email.
This template deploys a Logic App that sends periodic reports on inactive backup resources, possible backup schedule optimizations and possible backup retention optimizations, to a specified set of email addresses.
This template deploys a Logic App that sends periodic reports on key backup billing parameters (protected instances and backup cloud storage consumed) at a billing-entity level, to a specified set of email addresses.
Create a Logic App to send reports on backup policy adherence of your backup instances via email
Creates a custom Azure Event Grid topic, a webhook subscription having CloudEvents schema, and a Logic App as an event handler. Template originally authored by Justin Yoo.
Template that creates a virtual network, 4 subnets, and then an Integration Service Environment (ISE), including non-native connectors. Use as a base for templates that require a Logic Apps ISE.
This template creates an empty logic app that can be used to define workflows.
This template allows you to create a Logic app that has a webhook to be used from an Azure Alert. When the Alert is triggered, it will post a message to a slack channel that you specify. You need to have a slack account to use this template.
This template allows you to create a Logic app that sends an email. You can add an additional triggers or actions to customize it to your needs.
This template allows you to create a Logic App that will run a SQL stored procedure on schedule. Any arguments for the procedure can be put into the body section of the template.
This template allows you to create a Logic app triggers on files in an FTP server and copies them to an Azure Blob container. You can add an additional triggers or actions to customize it to your needs.
This template creates a pair of Logic Apps that allows you to create scheduled timer job instances.
Creates Integration Accounts for two partners (Contoso and Fabrikam) and adds Partners and Agreements into them. It creates Logic Apps between Fabrikam Sales and Contoso which demonstrate synchronous AS2 Send Receive. It also creates Logic Apps between Fabrikam Finance and Contoso which demonstrate asynchronous AS2 Send Receive.
This template creates a Serverless app in Azure with Logic Apps and Functions. The Logic App triggers on an HTTP POST, calls the Azure Function, and returns the response.
This template allows you to create a Logic app that has a webhook. When the Logic app is triggered, it will add the payload you pass to an Azure Storage queue that you specify. You can add this webhook to an Azure Alert and then whenever the Alert fires, you'll get that item in the queue.
This sample shows how to add custom resources to Resource Manager Templates using custom providers and logic apps.
This template will create a Storage account, after which it will create a API connection by dynamically retrieving the primary key of the Storage account. The API connection is then used in a Logic App as a trigger polling for blob changes. The complete scenario can be found on https://blog.eldert.net/retrieve-azure-storage-access-keys-in-arm-template.
Although Logic Apps provides hundreds of connectors for various services, you might want to call APIs that run your own code. One of the easiest and most scalable ways to host your own web APIs is by using Azure App Service. This template deploys a Web app for your custom API and secures that API by using Azure Active Directory authentication.