How to configure DevOps with Lighthouse (5/6)

Deploying the Lighthouse Template and Parameters from each spoke subscription, to onboard them in the one Lighthouse Hub/Service Manager to rule them all.


1. Create and configure an Application Registration to gain access using a secret.
2. Create a template- and parameter-file for connecting other subscriptions to Lighthouse in the hub subscription.
3. Register the AppReg in all other tenants.
4. Create a custom role for the AppReg (or use builtin roles).
5. Deploy the Lighthouse Template- and Parameter-file.
6. Create the Service Connections in Azure DevOps.
7. Test DevOps with Lighthouse

Step 5 Deploy the Lighthouse Template- and Parameter-file.

#Yes, I am using AzureRM rather than the Az PS-module, because communcating to multiple customers/owners its efficient to have all use the Azure Shell and it doesnt have the Az-module yet. Makes sure it works for everyone, no matter which PS-module they may have installed on their clients.

1. Upload the previous modified template and parameter-files to where your able to run an Azure Deployment from.

Can be anywhere, but I prefer having all owners use the same and recommend them to use the Azure Cloud Shell.


2. Change to the directory your files where uploaded to:



3. From a PowerShell window with the module AzureRM, like the Azure Cloud Shell, run an ARM Deployment.


AppReg11We will get the AzModule soon enough, so dont worry about the warning. This is all controlled by Microsoft within the Azure Cloud Shell, hence we cannot do it ourselves.





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