I started with a blog about Locks in Azure, which is one of the basic Azure Governance features provided by Azure Resource Manager. In this second blog, I want to give you a quick overview of how you can use tags to organize your Azure resources. As mentioned before governance in Azure provides you with the necessary tools to take advantage of the speed and agility the cloud promises, without losing control over your environment.
When you start working with Azure, you realize that you will have suddenly many resources. If you work for a company or team, you will realize that at one point it will be difficult to identify resources, find out who they belong to, or are they still needed, and are the production or development, who is paying for it, and many more questions are coming up.