Policy written in azure purview

Ganapathy Ram 60 Reputation points
2024-06-12T04:55:49.37+00:00

You can manage all the Azure resources under the same policy in Azure Purview.

To manage all Azure resources under the same policy in Azure Purview, you can create a single policy that covers an entire resource group or subscription. This approach ensures that the policy provisions access to all data sources within that resource group or subscription, including both existing and future data sources.

But carefully, you’ll be able to manage access to all your Azure resources using a centralized policy in Azure Purview, what can be a not very easy way to manage resources. will depends of your strategy.

The above one is given by your side answer.
My question is how can I achieve this , say me the step by step implementation

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A Microsoft data governance service that helps manage and govern on-premises, multicloud, and software-as-a-service data. Previously known as Azure Purview.
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  1. PRADEEPCHEEKATLA-MSFT 85,586 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-06-12T07:23:36.7933333+00:00

    @Ganapathy Ram - Thanks for the question and using MS Q&A platform.

    To manage all Azure resources under the same policy in Azure Purview, you can follow these steps:

    • First, you need to create a policy definition in Azure Policy. You can do this by going to the Azure Policy service in the Azure portal and selecting "Definitions" from the left-hand menu. Then, click on the "Add" button to create a new policy definition.
    • In the "Create a policy definition" page, you can specify the details of your policy definition, such as the name, description, and policy rule. You can also specify the scope of the policy definition, which can be a management group, subscription, or resource group.
    • Once you have created your policy definition, you can assign it to a scope. To do this, go to the "Assignments" page in the Azure Policy service and click on the "Assign" button.
    • In the "Assign policy" page, you can select the scope of the policy assignment, which can be a management group, subscription, or resource group. You can also specify the parameters for the policy assignment, such as the effect and the policy definition.
    • After you have assigned your policy definition to a scope, you can monitor the compliance of your resources against the policy. You can do this by going to the "Compliance" page in the Azure Policy service and selecting the scope of the policy assignment.

    By following these steps, you can manage all your Azure resources under the same policy in Azure Purview. However, please note that this approach may not be suitable for all scenarios and may depend on your specific strategy and requirements.

    For more details, refer to refer to below tutorials:

    Hope this helps. Do let us know if you any further queries.


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