Create Azure Data Factory from Cloudshell by David Papkin

This David Papkin post explains how to create Azure Data Factory from the Azure Cloudshell

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Open the Azure Cloudshell (can be found at the Azure Portal top title bar in the middle)

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PS Azure:\>Get-AzResourceGroup

Note: Replace xxx with your initials

ResourceGroupName : awrgstudxxx
Location : southeastasia

PS Azure:\> $resourceGroupName = “awrgstudxxx”
PS Azure:\> $dataFactoryName = “xxx-data-factory”
PS Azure:\> Get-AzResourceGroup
Azure:/
PS Azure:\> $ResGrp = GET-AzResourceGroup $resourceGroupName -location ‘SOUTHEAST ASIA’
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PS Azure:\> echo $RESGRP // this will show the contents of this variable to make sure not NULL

ResourceGroupName : awrgstudxxx
Location : southeastasia
ProvisioningState : Succeeded

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PS Azure:\> $DataFactory = Set-AzDataFactoryV2 -ResourceGroupName $ResGrp.ResourceGroupName `
>> -Location $ResGrp.Location -Name $dataFactoryName

PS Azure:\> echo $datafactory // this will show the contents of this variable to make sure not NULL

DataFactoryName : xxx-data-factory
DataFactoryId : /subscriptions/xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxx-xxxxxx/resourceGroups/awrgstuddp/providers/Microsoft.DataFactory/factories/dmp-data-factory
ResourceGroupName : awrgstudxxx
Location : southeastasia
Tags : {}
Identity : Microsoft.Azure.Management.DataFactory.Models.FactoryIdentity
ProvisioningState : Succeeded

Github Quickstart: Create an Azure data factory using PowerShell

End of David Papkin post How to create Azure Data Factory from the Azure Cloudshell

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