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Best practices to be followed for Azure Resource Deployment

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Hi Team,

 

It is easy in moving Azure resources to different resource group or different subscription.Similarly can we havce copy feature available for Azure resource from one subscription to another subscription.

 

What is the best practices/best methods to be followed when you want your azure resource to be deployed from one environment to another like from dev to prod.

 

 

Thanks,

Sreedhar

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Best Response confirmed by sreedhar mella (Occasional Contributor)
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Hello Sreedhar,

 

Most resources can be moved to another Resource group or Subscription, for example by using the Azure Portal. Don't know if you can really copy resources. But using ARM templates can help you to quickly deploy similar environments.

 

If you use, for example an App Service Plan (Standard or higher) with deployment slots you can create your DTAP environment.

 

If you want to learn more check out this site: https://openedx.microsoft.com/

 

Regards,

 

Erwin

Thanks Erwin for sharing the link.

 

But Would like to know Best way to deploy resources i.e. here my resource is Azure Data Factory.

Developed in my subscription now want to move to client's subscription.

 

In above case which is the best practice to be followed for deployment.

 

ARM is lilttle bit tough to prepare the templates.

 

Kindly suggest.

 

Many thanks,

Sreedhar


@Erwin van Dijk wrote:

Hello Sreedhar,

 

Most resources can be moved to another Resource group or Subscription, for example by using the Azure Portal. Don't know if you can really copy resources. But using ARM templates can help you to quickly deploy similar environments.

 

If you use, for example an App Service Plan (Standard or higher) with deployment slots you can create your DTAP environment.

 

If you want to learn more check out this site: https://openedx.microsoft.com/

 

Regards,

 

Erwin


 

Hello Sreedhar,

 

Sorry, I am not knowledgeable about Azure Data Factory.

 

Regards,

 

Erwin