Azure Governance

Azure Governance is a portfolio of platform capabilities that helps customers address the need for control at scale without sacrificing developer agility. This includes services like Azure Policy, Azure Blueprints, Azure Resource Graph & Management Groups.

More details about the services are available in the Azure Governance documentation. If you have a technical issue, please open a post on the developer forums through Stack Overflow.

Products that we listen to in this space include: Azure Policy, Azure Blueprints, Azure Resource Graph, Azure Subscriptions and Azure Management Groups

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  1. Create AAD Groups

    Creating groups idempotently would be great as then you could have standardised group names and use those in the Role Assignments.

    14 votes
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  2. Limit Portal View

    When applying a Blueprint, have an option to limit what is visible for users to deploy in the Azure Portal

    6 votes
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  3. Azure Blueprints ARM Template Support

    The ability to create an Azure Blueprint with an ARM Template. Additionally the ability to export Azure Blueprints as an ARM Templates. That way we can use them in a more repeatable fashion and store our definitions as IaC and deploy them with our existing deployment pipelines.

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  4. Allow blueprints to register services within subscriptions

    Currently the only way to register all services for a subscription, if the users dont have owner or contributor roles on them, is to run a shell command for every single subscription to register all services. Being able to do this within a blueprint would save a great amount of time when building out tenants.

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