AZURE CLOUD PLATFORM -Subscription (Article 04)
Hi! Guys welcome to the continuous article set of my Azure cloud platform based on the shared cloud architecture. This is my 4th article. You can visit my previous articles from the below links:
- 1st article: AZURE CLOUD PLATFORM BASED ON THE SHARED CLOUD ARCHITECTURE
- 2nd article: AZURE CLOUD PLATFORM -Azure Active Directory
- 3rd article: AZURE CLOUD PLATFORM -Authentication
Azure Resource Group
Before move into Azure Subscription, I will briefly explain how to create a Resource Group. This is not a compulsory one because we can create it while we create a Key Vault / CDN. So if you think it’s not need, you can skip this section and directly move into Azure Subscription.
Resource groups (RG) in Azure is a new approach to group a collection of assets in logical groups for easy or even automatic provisioning, monitoring, and access control, and for more effective management of their costs. One benefit of using RGs in Azure is grouping related resources that belong to an application together, as they share a unified life cycle from creation to usage and finally, de-provisioning.
This is how you can create a Resource Group:
Search for Resource Group and simply click add option and create a your Resource Group.
So simple :)
Here we go!
Microsoft Azure is a comprehensive collection of cloud-based services and features, ranging from Infrastructure as a Service virtual machines to Software as a Service offerings, such as Office 365. Using Azure subscriptions, businesses can choose which Azure services and features they want to deploy in the cloud.
In your first time your subscription will not allow you to create CDN. So we need to Register Microsoft.Cdn To Register Microsoft.Cdn you need to follow the following steps.
First of all search for subscription and after you find the subscription, select your subscription name.
Now in your side navigation panel, select Resource Providers.
Then in the search are simply just type cdn and you can find Microsoft.Cdn, as i tell you before at the first it’s not registered.
Now click the register option at the top of the search bar and wait for few seconds and refresh your page using the refresh option which is at the right side of the register option.
Now we can see, we are successfully subscribed to Microsoft.Cdn
So finally we break the barrier to create CDN.
This is the end of Article 04 and hope you get a brief idea about Azure Subscription and how to create it practically.
Will see you on my next article Azure CDN.
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