Aleksandar Nikolic is a Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, a Microsoft Azure MVP, a co-founder of PowerShellMagazine.com, and a community manager of PowerShell.com. He has more than 18 years of experience as a system administrator. He delivers Azure and PowerShell training courses worldwide. He is a frequent speaker at IT conferences such as Microsoft Ignite, MS TechDays, MMS, NIC, Intelligent Cloud, Techorama, MS NTK, and PowerShell Conference Europe. You can find him on Twitter (https://twitter.com/alexandair) and LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandair).
Exploring Azure with Resource Graph
- Stopnja 300
28. september 2021 11:05
Azure Resource Graph is a service designed to enable us to explore all of our Azure resources and effectively manage our cloud inventory at scale. There is no better way to learn about powerful querying capabilities to get deeper insights from our resources than by analyzing various query examples. We use Azure Resource Graph Explorer to run queries and build inventory dashboards and Azure Monitor workbooks to visualize our Azure resources or take advantage of the scripting and automate queries using Azure PowerShell and Azure CLI.