Talk: #Azure Cloud Platform – Guest Lecture for Zoran’s Harvard Class

Thanks Zoran for having me back again this year as a guest lecturer to help ensure your students don’t think AWS is the only cloud in the sky!

At the end I attempted to show how I could use the CLI from my macbook to clean up all my demo resources at once by deleting the containing resource group. It failed because I got the syntax wrong. I was typing something like azure resource delete Zoran, but ‘resource’ should have been ‘group’ and I failed to realize that at the time. I ran the correct command when I got home and it worked better. Here is my evidence…🙂

delete-group

In case folks were wondering, the PowerShell command equivalent to azure group delete is:

Remove-AzureRmResourceGroup

The patterns I dug into are discussed in my book in chapters 2 (horizontal scaling) and 3 (queue pattern):

book-cover-medium.jpg

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