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    Michael Burbury commented  · 

    Ubuntu 14.04 and up:

    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install nodejs-legacy
    sudo apt-get install npm
    sudo npm install -g azure-cli

    Then login as per:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/xplat-cli-connect

    Thats the old one, the new one is:
    https://github.com/Azure/azure-cli

    If possible, try and use the newer one, thats the one Cloud Shell uses.

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    Michael Burbury commented  · 

    You might want to apply for:
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/philanthropies/product-donations/products/azure

    Rather than think of licenses, change the thinking to Azure usage as a whole and then look to see the offers Microsoft has. I have worked for a charity, reaching out to the Sales Reps at Microsoft may get you a better deal in terms of overall Azure usage, rather than just licenses.

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    Michael Burbury commented  · 

    In Partner Center, under Customers, you can select "Request a Reseller Relationship". This generates an email to your customer with a link they can click on to accept your CSP invite.

    Once they accept, you can go into Partner Center and add a new Azure Subscription using your CSP/MPNID ect, just as if you were setting up a new customer in CSP.

    Then, in your customer's Portal, select Resource Groups, click on a Group and choose "Move" to move the services to the new CSP subscription you added. Customer may then terminate their old subscription once everything is moved.

    There is still lots of gotchas and it is not a one click button, but its not too bad considering the complexity of the Azure Cloud.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-resource-manager/resource-group-move-resources

    Good luck and I do hope Microsoft can make this a more seemless process in the future.

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