In the first part of our article series, we tried to understand the Azure Resource Graph service. Now with executing sample queries, let's try to detail and implement them. For example, let's suppose that we have a scenario like this: an organization with up to
500~ Azure Subscriptions that one person manages. And this person has to list all of the storage accounts.
We mentioned plenty of different ways to complete the scenario above before. If you wish, you can access this information from Azure Portal or use the
Get-AzStorageAccount cmdlet on PowerShell by visiting every subscription. Of course, there is an easier way, and it is using Azure Resource Graph Query. Let's try this to get information in a more accessible way.