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    Christopher commented  · 

    Azure Resource Visualizer located here: https://github.com/ytechie/AzureResourceVisualizer

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    This is something we’re thinking about, but would like to ensure that we’re providing a sufficiently robust set of capabilities within the template language syntax itself.

    What scenarios are “overly complicated and hard to maintain”? This will help us understand where we need to invest.

    Christopher commented  · 

    So the all the tools and Azure SDKs exist that will enable you to create a solution that will build JSON on the fly.

    A solution built in VS 2015 using the currently released Azure SDKs and info sync'd from Azure API would allow you to build ARM Templates as a single file as well as nested RGTs.

    Though you have to taken into account the variable limits. Which is an issue.

    Good Luck.

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