ACG Fundamentals

How to create an Azure Resource Group and VM with the Cloud Shell

Episode description

The Azure Cloud Shell is one of Azure’s most popular and flexible tools to manage resources. In this ACG Fundamental, we’ll create an Azure Resource Group with the Cloud Shell, deploying a virtual machine inside of it, and access that VM with SSH. We’ve got a bit of work to do, let’s go.

0:00 Introduction
0:18 Create a resource group
1:14 Deploying a VM
3:43 Accessing a VM from Cloud Shell
4:57 Deleting a Resource Group


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Being an avid learner means we are always beginners to a new topic or concept. With ACG Fundamentals, we want to equip you with the lessons you need to tackle new cloud concepts, projects, and real-world scenarios. With fun, bite-sized and succinct lessons, you'll be able to learn from anywhere in a matter of minutes. This is the series that puts the fun in fundamentals.

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