Microsoft.Compute virtualMachines 2015-06-15

The virtualMachines resource type can be deployed to: Resource groups.

To learn about resource group deployments, see Bicep or ARM template.

Template format

To create a Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines resource, add the following Bicep or JSON to your template.

resource symbolicname 'Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines@2015-06-15' = {
  name: 'string'
  location: 'string'
  tags: {
    tagName1: 'tagValue1'
    tagName2: 'tagValue2'
  }
  plan: {
    name: 'string'
    product: 'string'
    promotionCode: 'string'
    publisher: 'string'
  }
  properties: {
    availabilitySet: {
      id: 'string'
    }
    diagnosticsProfile: {
      bootDiagnostics: {
        enabled: bool
        storageUri: 'string'
      }
    }
    hardwareProfile: {
      vmSize: 'string'
    }
    licenseType: 'string'
    networkProfile: {
      networkInterfaces: [
        {
          id: 'string'
          properties: {
            primary: bool
          }
        }
      ]
    }
    osProfile: {
      adminPassword: 'string'
      adminUsername: 'string'
      computerName: 'string'
      customData: 'string'
      linuxConfiguration: {
        disablePasswordAuthentication: bool
        ssh: {
          publicKeys: [
            {
              keyData: 'string'
              path: 'string'
            }
          ]
        }
      }
      secrets: [
        {
          sourceVault: {
            id: 'string'
          }
          vaultCertificates: [
            {
              certificateStore: 'string'
              certificateUrl: 'string'
            }
          ]
        }
      ]
      windowsConfiguration: {
        additionalUnattendContent: [
          {
            componentName: 'Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup'
            content: 'string'
            passName: 'OobeSystem'
            settingName: 'string'
          }
        ]
        enableAutomaticUpdates: bool
        provisionVMAgent: bool
        timeZone: 'string'
        winRM: {
          listeners: [
            {
              certificateUrl: 'string'
              protocol: 'string'
            }
          ]
        }
      }
    }
    storageProfile: {
      dataDisks: [
        {
          createOption: 'string'
          diskSizeGB: int
          image: {
            uri: 'string'
          }
          lun: int
          name: 'string'
          vhd: {
            uri: 'string'
          }
        }
      ]
      imageReference: {
        offer: 'string'
        publisher: 'string'
        sku: 'string'
        version: 'string'
      }
      osDisk: {
        createOption: 'string'
        diskSizeGB: int
        encryptionSettings: {
          diskEncryptionKey: {
            secretUrl: 'string'
            sourceVault: {
              id: 'string'
            }
          }
          enabled: bool
          keyEncryptionKey: {
            keyUrl: 'string'
            sourceVault: {
              id: 'string'
            }
          }
        }
        image: {
          uri: 'string'
        }
        name: 'string'
        osType: 'string'
        vhd: {
          uri: 'string'
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

Property values

virtualMachines

Name Description Value
type The resource type

For Bicep, set this value in the resource declaration.
'Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines'
apiVersion The resource api version

For Bicep, set this value in the resource declaration.
'2015-06-15'
name The resource name string (required)
location Resource location string (required)
tags Resource tags Dictionary of tag names and values. See Tags in templates
plan Specifies information about the marketplace image used to create the virtual machine. This element is only used for marketplace images. Before you can use a marketplace image from an API, you must enable the image for programmatic use. In the Azure portal, find the marketplace image that you want to use and then click Want to deploy programmatically, Get Started ->. Enter any required information and then click Save. Plan
properties Describes the properties of a Virtual Machine. VirtualMachineProperties

Plan

Name Description Value
name The plan ID. string
product Specifies the product of the image from the marketplace. This is the same value as Offer under the imageReference element. string
promotionCode The promotion code. string
publisher The publisher ID. string

VirtualMachineProperties

Name Description Value
availabilitySet SubResource
diagnosticsProfile Specifies the boot diagnostic settings state.

Minimum api-version: 2015-06-15.
DiagnosticsProfile
hardwareProfile Specifies the hardware settings for the virtual machine. HardwareProfile
licenseType Specifies that the image or disk that is being used was licensed on-premises. This element is only used for images that contain the Windows Server operating system.

Possible values are:

Windows_Client

Windows_Server

If this element is included in a request for an update, the value must match the initial value. This value cannot be updated.

For more information, see Azure Hybrid Use Benefit for Windows Server

Minimum api-version: 2015-06-15
string
networkProfile Specifies the network interfaces of the virtual machine. NetworkProfile
osProfile Specifies the operating system settings for the virtual machine. OSProfile
storageProfile Specifies the storage settings for the virtual machine disks. StorageProfile

SubResource

Name Description Value
id Resource Id string

DiagnosticsProfile

Name Description Value
bootDiagnostics Boot Diagnostics is a debugging feature which allows you to view Console Output and Screenshot to diagnose VM status.

You can easily view the output of your console log.

Azure also enables you to see a screenshot of the VM from the hypervisor.
BootDiagnostics

BootDiagnostics

Name Description Value
enabled Whether boot diagnostics should be enabled on the Virtual Machine. bool
storageUri Uri of the storage account to use for placing the console output and screenshot. string

HardwareProfile

Name Description Value
vmSize Specifies the size of the virtual machine. For more information about virtual machine sizes, see Sizes for virtual machines.

The available VM sizes depend on region and availability set. For a list of available sizes use these APIs:

List all available virtual machine sizes in an availability set

List all available virtual machine sizes in a region

List all available virtual machine sizes for resizing
'Basic_A0'
'Basic_A1'
'Basic_A2'
'Basic_A3'
'Basic_A4'
'Standard_A0'
'Standard_A1'
'Standard_A10'
'Standard_A11'
'Standard_A2'
'Standard_A3'
'Standard_A4'
'Standard_A5'
'Standard_A6'
'Standard_A7'
'Standard_A8'
'Standard_A9'
'Standard_D1'
'Standard_D11'
'Standard_D11_v2'
'Standard_D12'
'Standard_D12_v2'
'Standard_D13'
'Standard_D13_v2'
'Standard_D14'
'Standard_D14_v2'
'Standard_D1_v2'
'Standard_D2'
'Standard_D2_v2'
'Standard_D3'
'Standard_D3_v2'
'Standard_D4'
'Standard_D4_v2'
'Standard_D5_v2'
'Standard_DS1'
'Standard_DS11'
'Standard_DS12'
'Standard_DS13'
'Standard_DS14'
'Standard_DS2'
'Standard_DS3'
'Standard_DS4'
'Standard_G1'
'Standard_G2'
'Standard_G3'
'Standard_G4'
'Standard_G5'
'Standard_GS1'
'Standard_GS2'
'Standard_GS3'
'Standard_GS4'
'Standard_GS5'

NetworkProfile

Name Description Value
networkInterfaces Specifies the list of resource Ids for the network interfaces associated with the virtual machine. NetworkInterfaceReference[]

NetworkInterfaceReference

Name Description Value
id Resource Id string
properties Describes a network interface reference properties. NetworkInterfaceReferenceProperties

NetworkInterfaceReferenceProperties

Name Description Value
primary Specifies the primary network interface in case the virtual machine has more than 1 network interface. bool

OSProfile

Name Description Value
adminPassword Specifies the password of the administrator account.

Minimum-length (Windows): 8 characters

Minimum-length (Linux): 6 characters

Max-length (Windows): 123 characters

Max-length (Linux): 72 characters

Complexity requirements: 3 out of 4 conditions below need to be fulfilled
Has lower characters
Has upper characters
Has a digit
Has a special character (Regex match [\W_])

Disallowed values: "abc@123", "P@$$w0rd", "P@ssw0rd", "P@ssword123", "Pa$$word", "pass@word1", "Password!", "Password1", "Password22", "iloveyou!"

For resetting the password, see How to reset the Remote Desktop service or its login password in a Windows VM

For resetting root password, see Manage users, SSH, and check or repair disks on Azure Linux VMs using the VMAccess Extension
string
adminUsername Specifies the name of the administrator account.

Windows-only restriction: Cannot end in "."

Disallowed values: "administrator", "admin", "user", "user1", "test", "user2", "test1", "user3", "admin1", "1", "123", "a", "actuser", "adm", "admin2", "aspnet", "backup", "console", "david", "guest", "john", "owner", "root", "server", "sql", "support", "support_388945a0", "sys", "test2", "test3", "user4", "user5".

Minimum-length (Linux): 1 character

Max-length (Linux): 64 characters

Max-length (Windows): 20 characters

{li} For root access to the Linux VM, see Using root privileges on Linux virtual machines in Azure
{li} For a list of built-in system users on Linux that should not be used in this field, see Selecting User Names for Linux on Azure
string
computerName Specifies the host OS name of the virtual machine.

This name cannot be updated after the VM is created.

Max-length (Windows): 15 characters

Max-length (Linux): 64 characters.

For naming conventions and restrictions see Azure infrastructure services implementation guidelines.
string
customData Specifies a base-64 encoded string of custom data. The base-64 encoded string is decoded to a binary array that is saved as a file on the Virtual Machine. The maximum length of the binary array is 65535 bytes.

For using cloud-init for your VM, see Using cloud-init to customize a Linux VM during creation
string
linuxConfiguration Specifies the Linux operating system settings on the virtual machine.

For a list of supported Linux distributions, see Linux on Azure-Endorsed Distributions

For running non-endorsed distributions, see Information for Non-Endorsed Distributions.
LinuxConfiguration
secrets Specifies set of certificates that should be installed onto the virtual machine. VaultSecretGroup[]
windowsConfiguration Specifies Windows operating system settings on the virtual machine. WindowsConfiguration

LinuxConfiguration

Name Description Value
disablePasswordAuthentication Specifies whether password authentication should be disabled. bool
ssh SSH configuration for Linux based VMs running on Azure SshConfiguration

SshConfiguration

Name Description Value
publicKeys The list of SSH public keys used to authenticate with linux based VMs. SshPublicKey[]

SshPublicKey

Name Description Value
keyData SSH public key certificate used to authenticate with the VM through ssh. The key needs to be at least 2048-bit and in ssh-rsa format.

For creating ssh keys, see Create SSH keys on Linux and Mac for Linux VMs in Azure.
string
path Specifies the full path on the created VM where ssh public key is stored. If the file already exists, the specified key is appended to the file. Example: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys string

VaultSecretGroup

Name Description Value
sourceVault SubResource
vaultCertificates The list of key vault references in SourceVault which contain certificates. VaultCertificate[]

VaultCertificate

Name Description Value
certificateStore For Windows VMs, specifies the certificate store on the Virtual Machine to which the certificate should be added. The specified certificate store is implicitly in the LocalMachine account.

For Linux VMs, the certificate file is placed under the /var/lib/waagent directory, with the file name <UppercaseThumbprint>.crt for the X509 certificate file and <UppercaseThumbprint>.prv for private key. Both of these files are .pem formatted.
string
certificateUrl This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8:

{
"data":"{Base64-encoded-certificate}",
"dataType":"pfx",
"password":"{pfx-file-password}"
}
string

WindowsConfiguration

Name Description Value
additionalUnattendContent Specifies additional base-64 encoded XML formatted information that can be included in the Unattend.xml file, which is used by Windows Setup. AdditionalUnattendContent[]
enableAutomaticUpdates Indicates whether virtual machine is enabled for automatic updates. bool
provisionVMAgent Indicates whether virtual machine agent should be provisioned on the virtual machine.

When this property is not specified in the request body, default behavior is to set it to true. This will ensure that VM Agent is installed on the VM so that extensions can be added to the VM later.
bool
timeZone Specifies the time zone of the virtual machine. e.g. "Pacific Standard Time" string
winRM Describes Windows Remote Management configuration of the VM WinRMConfiguration

AdditionalUnattendContent

Name Description Value
componentName The component name. Currently, the only allowable value is Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup. 'Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup'
content Specifies the XML formatted content that is added to the unattend.xml file for the specified path and component. The XML must be less than 4KB and must include the root element for the setting or feature that is being inserted. string
passName The pass name. Currently, the only allowable value is OobeSystem. 'OobeSystem'
settingName Specifies the name of the setting to which the content applies. Possible values are: FirstLogonCommands and AutoLogon. 'AutoLogon'
'FirstLogonCommands'

WinRMConfiguration

Name Description Value
listeners The list of Windows Remote Management listeners WinRMListener[]

WinRMListener

Name Description Value
certificateUrl This is the URL of a certificate that has been uploaded to Key Vault as a secret. For adding a secret to the Key Vault, see Add a key or secret to the key vault. In this case, your certificate needs to be It is the Base64 encoding of the following JSON Object which is encoded in UTF-8:

{
"data":"{Base64-encoded-certificate}",
"dataType":"pfx",
"password":"{pfx-file-password}"
}
string
protocol Specifies the protocol of listener.

Possible values are:
http

https
'Http'
'Https'

StorageProfile

Name Description Value
dataDisks Specifies the parameters that are used to add a data disk to a virtual machine.

For more information about disks, see About disks and VHDs for Azure virtual machines.
DataDisk[]
imageReference Specifies information about the image to use. You can specify information about platform images, marketplace images, or virtual machine images. This element is required when you want to use a platform image, marketplace image, or virtual machine image, but is not used in other creation operations. NOTE: Image reference publisher and offer can only be set when you create the scale set. ImageReference
osDisk Specifies information about the operating system disk used by the virtual machine.

For more information about disks, see About disks and VHDs for Azure virtual machines.
OSDisk

DataDisk

Name Description Value
createOption Specifies how the virtual machine should be created.

Possible values are:

Attach \u2013 This value is used when you are using a specialized disk to create the virtual machine.

FromImage \u2013 This value is used when you are using an image to create the virtual machine. If you are using a platform image, you also use the imageReference element described above. If you are using a marketplace image, you also use the plan element previously described.
'Attach'
'Empty'
'FromImage'
diskSizeGB Specifies the size of an empty data disk in gigabytes. This element can be used to overwrite the size of the disk in a virtual machine image.

This value cannot be larger than 1023 GB
int
image Describes the uri of a disk. VirtualHardDisk
lun Specifies the logical unit number of the data disk. This value is used to identify data disks within the VM and therefore must be unique for each data disk attached to a VM. int (required)
name The disk name. string (required)
vhd Describes the uri of a disk. VirtualHardDisk (required)

VirtualHardDisk

Name Description Value
uri Specifies the virtual hard disk's uri. string

ImageReference

Name Description Value
offer Specifies the offer of the platform image or marketplace image used to create the virtual machine. string
publisher The image publisher. string
sku The image SKU. string
version Specifies the version of the platform image or marketplace image used to create the virtual machine. The allowed formats are Major.Minor.Build or 'latest'. Major, Minor, and Build are decimal numbers. Specify 'latest' to use the latest version of an image available at deploy time. Even if you use 'latest', the VM image will not automatically update after deploy time even if a new version becomes available. string

OSDisk

Name Description Value
createOption Specifies how the virtual machine should be created.

Possible values are:

Attach \u2013 This value is used when you are using a specialized disk to create the virtual machine.

FromImage \u2013 This value is used when you are using an image to create the virtual machine. If you are using a platform image, you also use the imageReference element described above. If you are using a marketplace image, you also use the plan element previously described.
'Attach'
'Empty'
'FromImage'
diskSizeGB Specifies the size of an empty data disk in gigabytes. This element can be used to overwrite the size of the disk in a virtual machine image.

This value cannot be larger than 1023 GB
int
encryptionSettings Describes a Encryption Settings for a Disk DiskEncryptionSettings
image Describes the uri of a disk. VirtualHardDisk
name The disk name. string (required)
osType The operating system of the osDiskImage. 'Linux'
'Windows'
vhd Describes the uri of a disk. VirtualHardDisk (required)

DiskEncryptionSettings

Name Description Value
diskEncryptionKey Describes a reference to Key Vault Secret KeyVaultSecretReference (required)
enabled Specifies whether disk encryption should be enabled on the virtual machine. bool
keyEncryptionKey Describes a reference to Key Vault Key KeyVaultKeyReference

KeyVaultSecretReference

Name Description Value
secretUrl The URL referencing a secret in a Key Vault. string (required)
sourceVault SubResource (required)

KeyVaultKeyReference

Name Description Value
keyUrl The URL referencing a key encryption key in Key Vault. string (required)
sourceVault SubResource (required)

Quickstart templates

The following quickstart templates deploy this resource type.

Template Description
Deploy a simple Linux VM and update private IP to static

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple Linux VM using Ubuntu from the marketplace. This will deploy a VNET, Subnet, and an A1 size VM in the resource group location with a dynamically assigned IP address and then convert it to static IP.
Create VMs in Availability Sets using Resource Loops

Deploy to Azure
Create 2-5 VMs in Availability Sets using Resource Loops. The VMs can be Unbuntu or Windows with a maximum of 5 VMs since this sample uses a single storageAccount
Multi VM Template with Managed Disk

Deploy to Azure
This template will create N number of VM's with managed disks, public IPs and network interfaces. It will create the VMs in a single Availability Set. They will be provisioned in a Virtual Network which will also be created as part of the deployment
Install a file on a Windows VM

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a Windows VM and run a custom PowerShell script to install a file on that VM.
Deploy a Virtual Machine with Custom Data

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to create a Virtual Machine with Custom Data passed down to the VM. This template also deploys a Storage Account, Virtual Network, Public IP addresses and a Network Interface.
Deploy a Premium Windows VM

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a Premium Windows VM using a few different options for the Windows version, using the latest patched version.
Create a VM in a VNET in different Resource Group

Deploy to Azure
This template creates a VM in a VNET which is in a different Resource Group
Join a VM to an existing domain

Deploy to Azure
This template demonstrates domain join to a private AD domain up in cloud.
Create a VM with a dynamic selection of data disks

Deploy to Azure
This template allows the user to select the number of data disks they'd like to add to the VM.
Create a VM from a EfficientIP VHD

Deploy to Azure
This template creates a VM from a EfficientIP VHD and let you connect it to an existing VNET that can reside in another Resource Group then the virtual machine
Create a VM from User Image

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to create a Virtual Machines from a User image. This template also deploys a Virtual Network, Public IP addresses and a Network Interface.
Create a VM in a new or existing vnet from a generalized VHD

Deploy to Azure
This template creates a VM from a generalized VHD and let you connect it to a new or existing VNET that can reside in another Resource Group than the virtual machine
CentOS/UbuntuServer Auto Dynamic Disks & Docker 1.12(cs)

Deploy to Azure
This is a common template for creating single instance CentOS 7.2/7.1/6.5 or Ubuntu Server 16.04.0-LTS with configurable number of data disks (configurable sizes). Maximum 16 disks can be mentioned in the portal parameters and maximum size of each disk should be less than 1023 GB. The MDADM RAID0 Array is automounted and survives restarts. Latest Docker 1.12(cs3) (Swarm), docker-compose 1.9.0 & docker-machine 0.8.2 is available for usage from user azure-cli is auto running as a docker container. This single instance template is an offshoot of the HPC/GPU Clusters Template @ https://aka.ms/azurebigcompute
Classroom Linux JupyterHub

Deploy to Azure
This template deploy a Jupyter Server for a classroom of up to 100 users. You can provide the username, password, virtual machine name and select between CPU or GPU computing.
Linux VM with Serial Output

Deploy to Azure
This template creates a simple Linux VM with minimal parameters and serial/console configured to output to storage
Deploy a simple Windows VM with monitoring and diagnostics

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple Windows VM along with the diagnostics extension which enables monitoring and diagnostics for the VM
Terraform on Azure

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a Terraform workstation as a Linux VM with MSI.
Linux VM with MSI Accessing Storage

Deploy to Azure
This template deploys a linux VM with a system assigned managed identity that has access to a storage account in a different resource group.
Create a VM from a Windows Image with 4 Empty Data Disks

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to create a Windows Virtual Machine from a specified image. It also attaches 4 empty data disks. Note that you can specify the size of the empty data disks.
Deploy a VM with multiple IPs

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a VM with 3 IP configurations. This template will deploy a Linux/Windows VM called myVM1 with 3 IP configurations: IPConfig-1, IPConfig-2 and IPConfig-3, respectively.
Deploy a Linux VM (Ubuntu) with multiple NICs

Deploy to Azure
This template creates a VNet with multiple subnets and deploys a Ubuntu VM with multiple NICs
Virtual Machine with Conditional Resources

Deploy to Azure
This template allows deploying a linux VM using new or existing resources for the Virtual Network, Storage and Public IP Address. It also allows for choosing between SSH and Password authenticate. The templates uses conditions and logic functions to remove the need for nested deployments.
Create VM from existing VHDs and connect it to existingVNET

Deploy to Azure
This template creates a VM from VHDs (OS + data disk) and let you connect it to an existing VNET that can reside in another Resource Group then the virtual machine
Push a certificate onto a Windows VM

Deploy to Azure
Push a certificate onto a Windows VM. Create the Key Vault using the template at https://azure.microsoft.com/documentation/templates/101-create-key-vault
Secure VM password with Key Vault

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple Windows VM by retrieving the password that is stored in a Key Vault. Therefore the password is never put in plain text in the template parameter file
Deploy a simple FreeBSD VM in resource group location.

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple FreeBSD VM using a few different options for the FreeBSD version, using the latest patched version. This will deploy in resource group location on a D1 VM Size.
Deploy a simple Ubuntu Linux VM 18.04-LTS.

Deploy to Azure
This template deploy a Ubuntu Server with a few options for the VM. You can provide the VM Name, OS Version, VM size, admin username and password. As default the VM size is Standard_B2s and O.S. Version is 18.04-LTS.
Deploy a simple Linux VM with Accelerated Networking

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple Linux VM with Accelerated Networking using Ubuntu version 18.04-LTS with the latest patched version. This will deploy a D3_v2 size VM in the resource group location and return the FQDN of the VM.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux VM (RHEL 7.8)

Deploy to Azure
This template will deploy a Red Hat Enterprise Linux VM (RHEL 7.8), using the Pay-As-You-Go RHEL VM image for the selected version on Standard D1 VM in the location of your chosen resource group with an additional 100 GiB data disk attached to the VM. Additional charges apply to this image - consult Azure VM Pricing page for details.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux VM (RHEL 7.8)

Deploy to Azure
This template will deploy a Red Hat Enterprise Linux VM (RHEL 7.8), using the Pay-As-You-Go RHEL VM image for the selected version on Standard A1_v2 VM in the location of your chosen resource group with an additional 100 GiB data disk attached to the VM. Additional charges apply to this image - consult Azure VM Pricing page for details.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server VM (SLES 12)

Deploy to Azure
This template will allow you to deploy a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server VM (SLES 12), using the Pay-As-You-Go SLES VM image for the selected version on Standard D1 VM in the location of your chosen resource group with an additional 100 GiB data disk attached to the VM. Additional charges apply to this image - consult Azure VM Pricing page for details.
Deploy a simple Windows VM

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple Windows VM using a few different options for the Windows version, using the latest patched version. This will deploy an A2 size VM in the resource group location and return the FQDN of the VM.
Deploy a Windows Server VM with Visual Studio.

Deploy to Azure
This template deploys a Windows Server VM with Visual Code Studio Community 2019, with a few options for the VM. You can provide the name of VM, the admin username and admin password.
Deploy a VM into an Availability Zone

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple VM (Windows or Ubuntu), using the latest patched version. This will deploy a A2_v2 size VM in the location specified and return the FQDN of the VM.
Create a VM in a new or existing vnet from a custom VHD

Deploy to Azure
This template creates a VM from a specialized VHD and let you connect it to a new or existing VNET that can reside in another Resource Group than the virtual machine
SQL Server 2014 SP2 Enterprise with Auto Backup

Deploy to Azure
This template will create a SQL Server 2014 SP2 Enterprise edition with Auto Backup feature enabled
SQL Server 2014 SP1 Enterprise with Auto Patching

Deploy to Azure
This template will create a SQL Server 2014 SP1 Enterprise edition with Auto Patching feature enabled.
SQL Server 2014 SP1 Enterprise with Azure Key Vault

Deploy to Azure
This template will create a SQL Server 2014 SP1 Enterprise edition with Azure Key Vault Integration feature enabled.
Deploy a Virtual Machine with SSH rsa public key

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to create a Virtual Machine with SSH rsa public key
Deploy a simple Windows VM with tags

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple Windows VM with tags using a few different options for the Windows version, using the latest patched version. This will deploy in West US on a D1 VM Size. This will include tags on the Virtual Machine, Storage Account, Public IP, and the Virtual Network.
Deploy a trusted launch capable Linux virtual machine

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a trusted launch capable Linux virtual machine using a few different options for the Linux version, using the latest patched version. By default, this will deploy an Standard_D2_v3 size virtual machine in the resource group location and return the FQDN of the virtual machine.
Deploy a trusted launch capable Windows virtual machine

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a trusted launch capable Windows virtual machine using a few different options for the Windows version, using the latest patched version. By default, this will deploy an Standard_D2_v3 size virtual machine in the resource group location and return the FQDN of the virtual machine.
Deploy a Virtual Machine with User Data

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to create a Virtual Machine with User Data passed down to the VM. This template also deploys a Virtual Network, Public IP addresses, and a Network Interface.
Add multiple VMs into a Virtual Machine Scale Set

Deploy to Azure
This template will create N number of VM's with managed disks, public IPs and network interfaces. It will create the VMs in a Virtual Machine Scale Set in Flexible Orchestration mode. They will be provisioned in a Virtual Network which will also be created as part of the deployment
Deploy a Windows VM with a variable number of data disks

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a simple VM and specify the number of data disks at deploy time using a parameter. Note that the number and size of data disks is bound by the VM size. The VM size for this sample is Standard_DS4_v2 with a default of 16 data disks.
Create a data management gateway and install on an Azure VM

Deploy to Azure
This template deploys a virtual machine and creates a workable data management gateway
Virtual machine with an RDP port

Deploy to Azure
Creates a virtual machine and creates a NAT rule for RDP to the VM in load balancer
Create a VM with multiple empty StandardSSD_LRS Data Disks

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to create a Windows Virtual Machine from a specified image. It also attaches multiple empty StandardSSD data disks by default. Note that you can specify the size and the Storage type (Standard_LRS, StandardSSD_LRS and Premium_LRS) of the empty data disks.
Deploy a VM Scale Set with Linux VMs behind ILB

Deploy to Azure
This template allows you to deploy a VM Scale Set of Linux VMs using the latest patched version of Ubuntu Linux 15.10 or 14.04.4-LTS. These VMs are behind an internal load balancer with NAT rules for ssh connections.