Microsoft Azure Resource Management Client Library for Python
This is the Microsoft Azure Resource Management Client Library.
Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the next generation of management APIs that replace the old Azure Service Management (ASM).
This package has been tested with Python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5.
For the older Azure Service Management (ASM) libraries, see azure-servicemanagement-legacy library.
For a more complete set of Azure libraries, see the azure bundle package.
IMPORTANT: If you have an earlier version of the azure package (version < 1.0), you should uninstall it before installing this package.
You can check the version using pip:
If you see azure==0.11.0 (or any version below 1.0), uninstall it first:
pip uninstall azure
For code examples, see Resource Management on readthedocs.org.
If you encounter any bugs or have suggestions, please file an issue in the Issues section of the project.
New Resources ApiVersion 2017-05-10
Deploy resources to multiple resource groups from one template
Some breaking changes are introduced compared to previous versions:
- deployments.list has been renamed deployments.list_by_resource_group
- resource_groups.list_resources has been moved to resources.list_by_resource_group
- resource_groups.patch has been renamed to resource_groups.update and now takes an instance of ResourceGroupPatchable (and not ResourceGroup).
The default is still 2016-09-01 in this package, waiting for the ApiVersion to be widely available.
To help customers with sovereign clouds (not general Azure), this version has official multi ApiVersion support for the following resource type:
The following resource types support one ApiVersion:
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
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