Create resource group
A description of resource groups, why they are used and the commands related to their creation.
In the Azure Resource Manager model, each resource belongs to a resource group. Resource groups are a grouping of resources that you want to manage together.
For example, it is likely that you will want to manage the NICs, storage account, and VM of a router together, so they should be placed in the same resource group.
A resource group can be created with the Azure CLI using the azure group create <name> <location> command as follows:
$ azure group create vRouter westus info: Executing command group create + Getting resource group vRouter + Creating resource group vRouter info: Created resource group vRouter data: Id: /subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-0000000000000/resourceGroups/vRouter data: Name: vRouter data: Location: westus data: Provisioning State: Succeeded data: Tags: null data: info: group create command OK