We can check resources deployment operation details for Azure Services. When we create any Azure Services, its either create single or multiple dependent resources for the same service.
We can check resources deployment operation details for Azure Services. When we create any Azure Services, its either create single or multiple dependent resources for the same service. For example, when we create an Azure Virtual Machine, it creates different PaaS services like Azure Network Security Group, Azure Disc, Public IP, Network Interface. Similarly, When we create Azure App Service, it creates an App Service Plan, App Service, and Application Insights. Ever wonder, how would you check the details of each resource components as part of the deployment.
We can check the deployment operation details in two ways.
Let us take an example of Azure App Service, Web Apps. So consider you are creating an Azure App Service, which will create an App Service Plan, Web app, and an Application Insight Instance.
After the completion of the deployment, we see a similar deployment details screen, which lets us investigate the operation details for each and individual resources deployed as part of the implementation.
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