Configuring Azure Management Group Hierarchy Using Azure DevOps

Previously, I have published a 3-part blog series on deploying Azure Policy Definitions via Azure DevOps (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). It covered one aspect of implementing Azure Governance using code and pipelines. There are at least 2 additional areas I haven’t covered: Configuring Management Group hierarchy Policy & Initiative assignments In this post, I’ll cover how I managed to implement the management group hierarchy using Azure DevOps. I will cover policy & initiative assignment in a future blog post. Problem Statement Before I dive into the technical details, I’d like to firstly explain why is this required? In

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Sharing My Azure Resource Graph Resources

I have created a public GitHub repo to store and share resources I created around Azure Resource Graph: I have add queries, scripts I have developed over the last few months, as well as few how-to articles. I will continue updating this repo whenever I have developed new contents to add. Feel free to clone it, fork it, and submit issues, PRs if you’ve spotted any errors.

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Sneak Peak of Azure Blueprints

Azure Blueprints have been announced and made available for public preview last month at Microsoft Ignite 2018. I have been on the private preview for few months now, and I’m really excited that it’s finally gone public and we can start talking about it. If you haven’t heard of Blueprints, according to the Blueprints PM Alex Frankel, Blueprints is designed for: deploy and update cloud environments in a repeatable manner using composable artifacts. I have heard an analogy before – An Azure subscription is just like an empty canvas, and your developers are like painters. But we all know that

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