This course is packed full of practical examples that show how the Azure CLI, a cross-platform, open source command line tool, can be used to manage Virtual Machines, storage accounts, web apps, databases, ARM deployments, and more.
The Azure CLI is a cross-platform, open source command line tool that makes it really easy to create and manage your Azure resources right from the command prompt. In this course, Azure CLI: Getting Started, you'll learn everything you need to become an effective user of this powerful tool. First, you'll discover how easy it is to create, manage, and delete all kinds of Azure resources both from the command prompt and even from the browser with the cloud shell. Then, you'll delve into practical examples of how you can use the Azure CLI for all kinds of common real-world resource management scenarios, such as creating Virtual Machines, backing up databases, and initiating deployments with ARM templates. Finally, you'll explore how to securely automate the Azure API by creating service principals with access only to specific resources. When you're finished with this course, you'll be able to quickly and easily write automated scripts to manage and maintain your own Azure infrastructure.
Mark Heath is a software developer based in Southampton, England, working
for NICE Systems as a software architect creating cloud based digital
evidence management systems for the police. He is the creator of NAudio, an
open source audio framework for .NET.
Course Overview Hi, my name's Mark Heath, and welcome to my course, Azure CLI: Getting Started. I'm a Microsoft MVP and I work as a cloud architect. The Azure CLI is a powerful cross-platform, open-source utility that makes it really easy to manage your Azure resources directly from the command line. In this course I will show you everything you need to know to get started using the Azure CLI and introduce you to some of its powerful features like query filters. And this course is packed full of practical examples of how you can use the Azure CLI for all kinds of common, real-world resource management scenarios, such as creating virtual machines, backing up databases, initiating deployment with ARM templates, and setting you web apps up to sync their code from GitHub. By the end of this course you'll be able to quickly and easily create automated scripts to manage and maintain your own Azure infrastructure. Azure CLIs cross platform, so you'll be able to follow along and try out the demos for yourself, whether you're a Windows, Linux, or Mac OS user. So, I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about the Azure CLI, with the Azure CLI: Getting Started course, at Pluralsight.