If you used the earlier deployment model and want to learn about the changes, see Understanding Resource Manager deployment and classic deployment.Resource Manager provides a consistent management layer for the tasks you perform through Azure Power Shell, Azure CLI, Azure portal, REST API, and development tools. You use the tools that work best for you, and can use them interchangeably without confusion.Resource Manager then routes the requests to the appropriate resource providers.
There are some important factors to consider when defining your resource group: When creating a resource group, you need to provide a location for that resource group.
For compliance reasons, you may need to ensure that your data is stored in a particular region. Before getting started with deploying your resources, you should gain an understanding of the available resource providers.
Each resource provider offers a set of resources and operations for working with an Azure service. Knowing the names of resource providers and resources helps you define resources you want to deploy to Azure.
Our database holds over 5,000 agencies and resources in communities all across the country.
Bilingual advocates are on hand to speak with callers, and our Language Line offers translations in 170 different languages.