AZTAG PDF

Gets predefined Azure tags Gets the entire set of tags on a resource or subscription. This cmdlet returns basic information about the tags or detailed information about tags and their values. All output objects include a Count property that represents the number of resources and resource groups to which the tags and values have been applied. An Azure tag is a name-value pair that you can use to categorize your Azure resources and resource groups, such as by department or cost center, or to track notes or comments about the resources and groups. You can define and apply tags in a single step, but predefined tags let you establish standard, consistent, predictable names and values for the tags in your subscription. To create a predefined tag, use the New-AzTag cmdlet.

Author:Yozshumuro Murisar
Country:Kosovo
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Life
Published (Last):28 December 2013
Pages:344
PDF File Size:12.76 Mb
ePub File Size:10.63 Mb
ISBN:397-4-94721-366-4
Downloads:81313
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Mikaran



You can also use it to add additional values to existing predefined tags. To create a predefined tag, enter a unique tag name. To add a value to an existing predefined tag, specify the name of the existing tag and the new value. This cmdlet returns an object that represents the new or modified tag with its values and the number of resources to which it has been applied.

An Azure tag is a name-value pair that you can use to categorize your Azure resources and resource groups, such as by department or cost center, or to track notes or comments about the resources and groups. You can define and apply tags in a single step, but predefined tags let you establish standard, consistent, predictable names and values for the tags in your subscription.

To apply a predefined tag to a resource or resource group, use the Tag parameter of the New-AzTag cmdlet. To search for resource groups with a specified tag name or name and value, use the Tag parameter of the Get-AzResourceGroup cmdlet.

Every tag has a name. The values are optional. A predefined Azure tag can have multiple values, but when you apply the tag to a resource or resource group, you apply the tag name and only one of its values. For example, you can create a predefined Department tag with a value for each department, such as Finance, Human Resources, and IT. When you apply the Department tag to a resource, you apply only one predefined value, such as Finance.

This operation allows adding or replacing the entire set of tags on the specified resource or subscription. The specified entity can have a maximum of 50 tags. This tag has no values. You can apply a tag with no values to a resource or resource group, or use New-AzTag to add values to the tag. You can also specify a value when you apply the tag to the resource or resource group. If the tag name exists, New-AzTag adds the value to the existing tag instead of creating a new one.

Type: Microsoft. To create a new predefined tag, enter a unique name. To add a value to an existing tag, enter the name of the existing tag. If an existing predefined tag has the specified name, New-AzTag adds the specified value, if any, to the tag with that name instead of creating a new tag.

Type: System. Predefined tags can have multiple values, but you can enter only one value in each command. This parameter is optional, because tags can have names without values.

A resource, a resource group or a subscription may be tagged. The cmdlet is not run.

GOODY OUCHLESS PDF

Armenian Newspapers

.

LIVRO ECOFISIOLOGIA VEGETAL PDF

Aztag Daily newspaper online

.

GLASTONBURY CLASHFINDER PDF

Aztag Daily newspaper online

.

Related Articles