How to create a resource group in azure

How do I create a resource group in Azure?

Create resource groups
  1. Sign in to the Azure portal.
  2. Select Resource groups.
  3. Select Add.
  4. Enter the following values:
  5. Select Review + Create.
  6. Select Create.
  7. Select Refresh from the top menu to refresh the resource group list, and then select the newly created resource group to open it.

What is a resource group in Azure?

Azure Resources Groups are logical collections of virtual machines, storage accounts, virtual networks, web apps, databases, and/or database servers. Typically, users will group related resources for an application, divided into groups for production and non-production — but you can subdivide further as needed.

Is Resource Group free in Azure?

Create/Manage “resource group” –> No Cost. Services which are part of “resource group” –> Will cost as per their pricing. The easy way to work out costs is to use the pricing calculator.

What is AZ Resource Group?

az group export

Captures a resource group as a template.

How do I create a resource group in powershell?

To create a resource group, use the New-AzureRmResourceGroup cmdlet. The command uses the name parameter to specify a name for the resource group and the location parameter to specify its location. Once resource group is successfully created, you will get new resource group details, as shown below.