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How to deploy Traffic Manager to a Sovereign cloud using ARM template

On other day I tried to deploy Azure Traffic Manager profile to a sovereign aka national aka government cloud but got an error: Code: BadRequestMessage: A policy with the requested domain name could not be created because the name example.trafficmanager.net … Continue reading

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How to combine Key Vault access policy for AAD application and user-assigned managed identity in single ARM template

On other day I was exploring how to grant access for a user-assigned managed identity to a key vault. But here’s a more advanced scenario: let’s say legacy code uses an AAD application to access the key vault and modern … Continue reading

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How to create user-assigned managed identity, Key Vault, assign access policy using ARM template

There is already a plenty of materials about managed identities in Azure. But how to create a user-assigned managed identity and grant it the access to a key vault using an ARM template? I tried to find any references but … Continue reading

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How to find out the latest ARM api version for given resource type

If you’d like to find this out, for instance, for Service Fabric applications, then use this query: which would yield this result: 2017-07-01-preview2016-09-012016-03-01 what means that you now can go to the GitHub repo with all ARM schemas and find … Continue reading

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How to deploy Service Fabric application using ARM template

You can deploy a Service Fabric application using an ARM templat with a number very different mechanisms, whichever you’d like: PowerShell the CLI the Portal But first you need the actual ARM template. Here’s an example of an application consisting … Continue reading

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How to remove ARM resources for Service Fabric application and service using PowerShell

First you need to remove the resource corresponding to the application itself: And then the resource corresponding to the service:

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