Overview: Resource groups
Resource groups are collections of resources that you can manage as a single unit. You can use resource groups to organize your resources when deploying Radius Applications.
Radius vs. Azure Resource GroupsNote that resource groups in Radius are not the same as Azure resource groups. Azure resource groups are used to organize Azure resources, while Radius resource groups are used to organize Radius resources, such as applications, environments, portable resources, and routes. When you deploy a template that contains both, Radius resources route to the Radius resource group defined in your workspace, and Azure resources route to the Azure resource group defined in your cloud provider.
As part of
rad init, a default resource group is created for you, with the same name as your environment. This resource group is set as the default ‘scope’ of your workspace, so that all Radius resources you deploy will be created in this resource group.
Manage groups with rad CLI
The rad CLI provides commands for managing resource groups. You can use the
rad group commands to create, list, and delete groups:
rad group create creates a new resource group:
rad group create myrg
rad group list lists all of the resource groups in your Radius installation:
rad group list
rad group show prints information on a resource group:
rad group show
rad group delete deletes the specified resource group:
rad group delete -e mygroup
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