Automating the custom image creation, not clear download step onwards

Varma 635 Reputation points
2024-02-02T12:02:08.1233333+00:00

We have 1.0.9 image version in our compute gallery. now I want to install following java software and add environment variable to that 1.0.9 VM and create image 1.0.10 User's image

I am trying to understand Azure Build image service in Azure, but I am trying to understand how it is automating the image please clarify? I have implemented steps till below highlighted red colour and further steps, I am trying to understand how it gets automated Please clarify https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/image-builder#register-the-providers I am not sure how to work on download image configuration template in my case. User's image

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  1. deherman-MSFT 31,991 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-02-05T19:27:46.65+00:00

    @Varma
    The section Download the image configuration template simply substitutes the values of your variables into the appropriate sections of the template. You can also modify the template directly with the appropriate values, but the sed commands simply make this easier. Once you have your values in your template you should be able to run the CLI command to Create the Image. If you want to customize the JSON template you can see detailed information in Create an Azure Image Builder Bicep or ARM template JSON template

    Hope this helps. Let me know if you still have questions and I will do my best to assist.


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