You plan to create an Azure environment that will contain a root management group and 10 child management groups. Each child management group will contain five Azure subscriptions. You plan to have between 10 and 30 resource groups in each subscription.
You need to design an Azure governance solution. The solution must meet the following requirements:
✑ Use Azure Blueprints to control governance across all the subscriptions and resource groups.
✑ Ensure that Blueprints-based configurations are consistent across all the subscriptions and resource groups.
✑ Minimize the number of blueprint definitions and assignments.
What should you include in the solution? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Answer 1: The root management group
Answer 2: The subscriptions
Box 1: The root management group
When creating a blueprint definition, you’ll define where the blueprint is saved. Blueprints can be saved to a management group or subscription that you have
Contributor access to. If the location is a management group, the blueprint is available to assign to any child subscription of that management group.
Box 2: The root management group
Each directory is given a single top-level management group called the “Root” management group. This root management group is built into the hierarchy to have all management groups and subscriptions fold up to it. This root management group allows for global policies and Azure role assignments to be applied at the directory level.
Each Published Version of a blueprint can be assigned to an existing management group or subscription.