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azure-quickstart-templates is a Shell library typically used in Cloud, Azure applications. azure-quickstart-templates has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

This repo contains all currently available Azure Resource Manager templates contributed by the community. A searchable template index is maintained at See the Contribution guide for how to use or contribute to this repo.

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              azure-quickstart-templates has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 11650 star(s) with 14353 fork(s). There are 726 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 843 open issues and 534 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 295 days. There are 27 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
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            Can we install multiple vm extensions(custom script) in azure vm at a given point of time.?
            Asked 2022-Feb-18 at 06:49

            I am trying to install below two custom vm extensions in Azure VM. i) Dns forwarder - ii) crowd strike falcon sensor

            Able to install the above extensions independantly one at a time, but unable to install both vm extensions sequentially one by one. Is there any way we can achieve this ? let me know.

            Thanks, Kumar



            Answered 2022-Feb-18 at 06:49

            You can use ARM templates or Azure PowerShell to run multiple scripts on a single custom script extension.

            I tested the same using Azure PowerShell with the below script :



            Azure ARM with Multiple Extensions and multiple VMs
            Asked 2022-Feb-08 at 11:01

            I am bit struggling to understand this Azure ARM template containing multiple "Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/extensions" and multiple VMs:


            Assuming there will be 4 VMs: 1 for zookeeper and 3 for Kafka cluster repsectively, how can be ensured that the extension (+script) for Zookeper will run on exactly that one Zookeper VM, and how to ensure that the extension (+script ) for Kafka cluster will run on exactly those 3 Kafka VMs? I am more tempted to believe that each extension run on all VMs.



            Answered 2022-Feb-08 at 11:01

            This behavior seems to be poorly documented, but from the documentation page for the Windows custom script extension:

            The name of the resource has to be in the format virtualMachineName/extensionName, if this extension is used as a standalone resource in the Azure Resource Manager template.

            Which seems to imply that the resolution for where the custom script extension should be executed is based on the name. I imagine this is the case for Linux VMs too.

            For the particular example that you are looking at, the name of one of the vms is:



            Content of the Azure Runbook not getting updated when the content link referred to by the Terraform script is updated
            Asked 2021-Oct-08 at 08:03

            I'm using the azurerm_automation_runbook module to create an Azure Automation Runbook. Below is the code I'm using.



            Answered 2021-Oct-08 at 08:03

            I tested this on my environment and I noticed that simply changing the uri in publish_content_link doesn't really do any changes in the runbook script.

            In order to apply the changes in the script you have to change the name of the runbook too instead of only changing the uri.

            So, after you change the name and uri both in the terraform code and do a apply. It will recreate the runbook with the new name and content in the portal.



            If you want to change just the content and not the name , then you can save the script from that link locally and pass the content to the already created runbook and it will successfully update the content.

            I tested this as well with the below code:



            How to create CosmosDB SQL API serverless account with ARM template?
            Asked 2021-Sep-16 at 11:40

            I am trying to create a serverless account with Cosmosdb sql api and i have not found any samples given here

            I have tried with the following ARM template and it's not creating a serverless account



            Answered 2021-Sep-16 at 10:41

            The error is valid, below are the possible values available for the databaseAccount kind

            • 'GlobalDocumentDB'
            • 'MongoDB'
            • 'Parse'

            To create a serverless account, you need to pass the capabilities parameter as below under properties



            Unable to set null to autoscale in cosmosdb ARM template
            Asked 2021-Sep-09 at 15:57

            I am creating cosmos DB using ARM that my collection may or maynot have autoscale settings for the one which has autoscale I want to set autoscale max throughputfor others I want to enter standard throughput. when my throughput is null the template picks the maxthroughput but when the autoscale max through put is null, it throws it's not able to convert to integer.

            here is the working one:



            Answered 2021-Sep-09 at 15:57

            You need to extract the autoscalesettings into a dedicated variable and conditionally include that in the template depending on your parameters.

            Full example:

            Rough sketch on how this could look like (probably contains some small errors).



            Azure ARM template - vnet example
            Asked 2021-Jul-09 at 19:27

            I am new to Azure. I am trying to create an environment that should be fairly straightforward - App Service and Azure SQL with a Private Endpoint. I decided to try this ARM template:

            I am not quite sure what to put for the V Nets (sic) entry. I have tried for hours and read through all the documentation I can find, which is lacking. Can someone please provide advice or an example. Thanks.

            Azure Image


            This is what I ended up putting in the VNets parameter:



            Answered 2021-Jul-09 at 03:07

            In the same repo, check out the azuredeploy.parameters.json file, and you'll see an example of the vNets object it's looking for.

            You can use the parameters file as-is and deploy it to your subscription or feel free to customize the names, address spaces, etc. by adjusting the properties




            Where to see all possible properties for the resources for Azure Resource Manager templates?
            Asked 2021-Jun-22 at 17:56

            In ARM templates, we configure multiple properties for a resource. For example for AKS - (taken from AKS Quickstart template)



            Answered 2021-Jun-22 at 17:56

            You can find the relevant documentation in the ManagedClusterProperties object

            The trick here is to get the resource name and you can find the relevant documentation from the ARM documentation by mapping the reosurce



            Deployment of UserDefinedFunction together with Azure Cosmos DB using Bicep
            Asked 2021-May-20 at 17:34

            Is this possible to deploy stored procedure or user defined function together with Azure CosmosDB SQL API using bicep?

            I know that is possible using directly arm template:

            I have not found any docs regarding doing this in biceps, but I tried doing it on my own. I tried to build bicep resource the same way like any other e.g. container, but I always have exceptions e.g:



            Answered 2021-May-20 at 17:17

            I have an example here that I built decompiling the arm template sample you showed into bicep.


            I have not yet had a chance to complete the PR I have on this updated sample but this will get published where the ARM template you pointed to lives. But if you need an example that works to unblock you this is what you need.

            UPDATE: Apologies for the empty bicep file. Not sure how that happened.

            To get an example of how to deploy a UDF using bicep you can take the ARM template located here and then pass it to bicep's decompile function. Example below.



            Azure ACI Wordpress Template Error establishing a database connection
            Asked 2021-Apr-09 at 07:56

            Hello Azure Container guru's

            I'am trying to configure the following Azure Container Setup:

            My first step (for simplicity) is the creation off 2 containers within a single container group on azure (without the fileshare). I create the following Azure Resource Manager template to create the ACI

            I am using here fore the following blog

            ARM TEMPLATE



            Answered 2021-Apr-09 at 07:56

            There are some mistakes in your ARM template such as the value of WORDPRESS_DB_HOST should be "" instead of "" and the port number should be "port": 3306 instead of "port": "3306". Also, the image wordpress does not work for me, instead, using the image wordpress:4.9-apache works.




            Exactly 50% of documents are deleted with Cosmos DB and shard key support
            Asked 2021-Mar-08 at 17:21

            I'm using Cosmos DB, Mongo DB 3.6 API, and collection with auto-scale and shard key enabled. I'm using this ARM template:

            I have a piece of code which cleans collections before app startup using C# driver. The reason I'm not using BulkWriteAsync is I don't want to overflow my throughput setting (which is currently 500 - 5000 RU)



            Answered 2021-Mar-08 at 17:21

            I was able to mitigate the issue by myself. It's not exactly clear what caused incomplete deletion, but the following code worked:


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