Azure Blueprints

  • Creates templates for standard and repeatable Azure environments that comply with an organization’s compliance requirements and operational standards.
  • It supports the following resources as artifacts:
    • Role Assignments
    • Policy Assignments
    • Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates
    • Resource Groups
  • It provides resource locking to prevent unwanted changes.
  • A Blueprint may have its own parameters, but these can only be created if a Blueprint is developed from the REST API rather than Azure Portal.
  • Blueprints role: Owner, Contributor, Blueprint Contributor, Blueprint Operator
  • With Blueprints, you have a centralized location for environment management, including deployment, versioning, and update.
  • If your subscriptions are in the same Azure Blueprint, you can upgrade multiple subscriptions at once.
  • You can also use Blueprints to set up resource groups within subscriptions.
  • Set up multiple environments within the same shared environment, when you assign a Blueprint to a subscription.

Sources:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/governance/blueprints/overview
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/blueprints/

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