How to Install Azure RM Module in PowerShell and Create Webapp using Azure RM command

In this blog, we will learn how to install an Azure RM Module in PowerShell and create a webapp using the Azure RM command

Introduction

 
This module helps you learn how to install the Azure RM module for using cmdlets to create the following services:
  • To install the Azure RM module
  • To create an Azure resource group
  • To create an Azure app service plan
  • To create Webapp

To install the Azure rm module in windows using PowerShell

 
Open the PowerShell and install the Azure RM Module
 
Type the command -> install-module azure rm
 
Give yes by typing [Y] to install NuGet Provider. It is required for PowerShell to interact with the Azure repository.
 
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Give [A] Yes to all for installing all cmdlets from the repository
 
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You can see the Azure commandlets are downloaded
 
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To Import the module type the command import-module –name Azure RM
 
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Login into Azure account using the command Login-AzureRmAccount
 
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A pop-up will raise, log in with your Azure account
 
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After giving your login you can see your mailID with your subscription details
 
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After completing the installation of the Azure RM module you'll have all the cmdlets which are required to control the Azure resources from your system.
 

To create an Azure resource group

 
Type the below command to create Resource Group and store the value to _.resgroup 
  1. $resgroup = New-AzureRmResourceGroup -Name Flyahead -Location 'East US'  
Store value of resource group name to _ rgname. By storing the values  it will use that for automating the resources and PowerShell scripting.
  1. $rgname = $resgroup.ResourceGroupName  

To create an Azure app service plan

 
Create the App service plan and store its values to name app service, this app service name should store in-app planner.
  1. $appservice = New-AzureRmAppServicePlan -Location 'East US' -Tier Free -ResourceGroupName $rgname -Name webappserver  
  2. $appplanner = $appservice.Name 

To create Webapp

 
Create the Azure web app in the appserviceplan.
  1. New-AzureRmWebApp -ResourceGroupName $rgname -Name mywebapptest01 -Location 'East US' -AppServicePlan $appplanner 
You can see the resource creation
 
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Once creation is done you can see the details of the webserver
 
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Let's check on the Azure UI. Log in to the Azure portal _ Go to Resource groups 
 
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We can see our Resource group which we created.
 
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We can see our AppService plan and AppService which we created.
 
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Click the URL to check whether it is working or not
 
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Here we can see the appservice link was working.
 
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