cli-sedHow can I use cli sed to deploy an ARM template?
Using the command line interface
sed to deploy an ARM template is relatively straightforward.
First, create the ARM template. This can be done in either a text editor or in Azure Portal. Once the template is ready, save it to a file.
sed to modify the ARM template file. For example, the following command would replace the
<location> placeholder with
sed -i 's/<location>/eastus/g' armtemplate.json
The output of this command would be:
Finally, deploy the ARM template file using the
az command line tool. This can be done using the
az group deployment create command, as shown below:
az group deployment create --name MyDeployment --resource-group MyResourceGroup --template-file armtemplate.json
The output of this command would be the deployment details, such as the provisioning state, the template link, and the timestamp.
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