Resource group in Azure

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What is the need of the resource group in Azure? How does it help?
Jan 20, 2020 in Azure by anonymous
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An Azure resource group is a way for you to, group a set of resources together. 

This is a useful capability in a public cloud so that you can manage permissions, set alerts, built deployment templates and audit logs on a subset of resources

Resource groups can contain, virtual machines, gateways, VNets, VPNs and about any other resource Azure can deploy.

Most items that you create will need to belong to a resource group but an item can only belong to a single resource group at a time. Resources can be moved from one resource group to another.

To know the procedure for creating resource group, check the following link https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-resource-manager/management/manage-resource-groups-portal

answered Jan 20, 2020 by Sirajul
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