Are you tired of clicking around the Azure portal creating virtual machines, storage accounts, and app services? Do you need a reliable method of creating the same environment multiple times? It sounds like you need to write some ARM templates!

ARM stands for Azure Resource Manager, which is Microsoft’s deployment and management service for Azure. You use the ARM management layer for creating, updating, and deleting Azure resources. In this article, you will learn more about ARM templates, the core components of writing a template, and how to deploy that template using PowerShell.

Read the full article over at the Varonis Inside Out Security blog:
Exploring ARM Templates: Azure Resource Manager Tutorial