Create output variables with Azure CLI 2.0

I’m using more and more the Azure CLI 2.0, which makes my scripting life with Azure Resources a lot easier.

The default output of the Azure CLI is json, but you can also use other kind of output formats, as described in this blog.

I want to have some variables that I can reuse in other commands, so let’s say I want to get the name of all the Resource Groups which have a tag called Kind with a value VM, I can use the following JMESPath query:

The output will be:

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