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At Integrate 2020 we announced the release of Resource Map which is a new feature in Serverless360. The aim of the feature is to help you organise your cloud estate and keep it structures within a logical model which will help to demystify the complexity of viewing your estate through the physical deployment model which the Azure Portal gives you. Resource Map will allow you to group resources into logical scopes which will make sense to a non Azure Expert and it will help your team keep on top of keeping a clean and well organised environment.

The below picture shows how we will have a tree representation of your estate where resources can be given to scope. When a scope is tidy it will show up as green and when there is clean up required it will show as red or yellow indicating resources arent organised.

Once your resources are mapped to a scope, you can then indicate which resources are dev/test/production versions of each other covering all of your test environments so you can view a cross tab indicating which resources belong to which environment.

You will also be able to do things like automate the allocation of resources in your map and do things like cost analysis below:

I also added a couple of videos which extend on my demos from Integrate 2020

Intro to Resource Map

Setting up Resource Map Manually

More info is on this post on the Serverless360 blog below.

Resource Map for Azure in Serverless360

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Introducing Serverless360 Resource Map for Azure was first posted on June 3, 2020 at 11:38 am.
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