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Microsoft Azure Rules for Bazel

Overview

This repository contains rules for interacting with Microsoft Azure.

NOTE: These rules require azure cli. For installation turn on Microsoft documentation.

NOTE: This will only work on systems with Azure CLI >=2.10.1

Setup

Add the following to your WORKSPACE file:

load("@bazel_tools//tools/build_defs/repo:http.bzl", "http_archive")

http_archive(
    name = "rules_microsoft_azure",
    urls = ["https://github.com/acqio/rules_microsoft_azure/archive/<revision>.tar.gz"],
    strip_prefix = "rules_microsoft_azure-<revision>",
    sha256 = "rules_microsoft_azure-<revision>",
)

load("@rules_microsoft_azure//az:repositories.bzl", az_repositories = "repositories")

az_repositories()

load(
  "@rules_microsoft_azure//az:deps.bzl",
  "az_dependencies",
  # OPTIONAL
  "az_toolchain_configure",
  # OPTIONAL
  "az_config",
)

az_dependencies()

# BEGIN OPTIONAL segment:
# These targets generate an executable to launch the Azure CLI.
# Note that this is only necessary if you want to add extensions or change Toolchain execution properties.
az_toolchain_configure(
    # OPTIONAL: You can define the directory that Azure CLI installs extensions to.
    # This value can be changed with respect to the default Azure CLI directory. Default: "~/.azure/cliextensions"
    azure_extension_dir = "~/.azure/cliextensions",
    # OPTIONAL: Call this to install extensions for the Azure CLI.
    # When installing extensions to the Azure CLI the process may time out before the operation is complete.
    extensions = {
        "datafactory": "0.1.0",
    },
    # OPTIONAL: Set the maximum duration for the extension manager to run in seconds. Default: 3600.
    timeout = 3600
)

# This is an option to configure the Azure CLI configuration in WORKSPACE.
# The behavior must be the same as the az_config rule that can be defined in the project's BUILD.bazel.
# This option is only an alias, since the purpose of this rule is only to define basic properties of execution of the Cli.
az_config(
    name = "az_config_dev",
    debug = False,
    # This field supports stamp variables.
    # Reference: https://docs.bazel.build/versions/master/user-manual.html#flag--workspace_status_command
    subscription = "{STABLE_AZ_SUBSCRIPTION}",
    verbose = False,
)
# BEGIN OPTIONAL.

Simple usage

The rules_databricks target can be used as executables for custom actions or can be executed directly by Bazel. For example, you can run:

bazel run @az//:cli -- -h

Set up Authentication

To authenticate to Azure CLI:

bazel run @az//:cli -- login

Rules