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Implementing DevOps with Microsoft Azure by Mitesh Soni

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Resource groups

Resource groups in Microsoft Azure is nothing but a logical container. It can be used to group all different resources such as App Service, SQL Databases, and Storage Accounts, available in Microsoft Azure. We are going to consider services that we will use in this chapter for most of the examples. Resource groups provide a simple way to manage resources together. One of the biggest advantages is to manage the role-based access on the resources in an easy manner.

For example, we need to create resources such as Azure Web Apps, SQL Database, and Storage Account in the West US and provide access to all of them to some users. It is painful to assign a user to individual resources. Rather, it is more manageable if we can provide ...

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