Enterprise governance management

By Community Editorial
Published in AZ-900 Training
November 08, 2020
1 min read
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Azure Management Groups are containers for managing access, policies, and compliance across multiple Azure subscriptions. All subscriptions in a management group automatically inherit the conditions applied to the management group.

Azure Management Groups

  • 10,000 management groups can be supported in a single directory.
  • A management group tree can support up to six levels of depth.
  • This limit doesn’t include the Root level or the subscription level.
  • Each management group and subscription can only support one parent.
  • Each management group can have many children.

You can manage your Azure subscriptions more effectively by using Azure Policy and Azure role-based access controls (RBACs). These provide distinct governance conditions that you can apply to each management group. The resources and subscriptions you assign to a management group automatically inherit the conditions that you apply to that management group.


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