In this Microsoft Azure Az PowerShell blog post, we will learn how to list all the Azure region available for deployments.
This post will use the Microsoft Az PowerShell module, which runs on PowerShell and available on Windows, Linux, and macOS. If you don’t have the module installed on your host, go ahead and install it.
As of writing these lines, Microsoft Azure global network of regions has 42 locations available for deployment at any given moment.
To list all the Azure regions, first logion to Azure using the following command. (Note: If you are on macOS or Linux, run pwsh to start PowerShell).
To list all the available regions run the following command.
Get-AzLocation | select displayname,location
The full output is listed below. If you need to use a region, a PowerShell script or Terraform configuration, use the name in the location column.
DisplayName Location ----------- -------- East Asia eastasia Southeast Asia southeastasia Central US centralus East US eastus East US 2 eastus2 West US westus North Central US northcentralus South Central US southcentralus North Europe northeurope West Europe westeurope Japan West japanwest Japan East japaneast Brazil South brazilsouth Australia East australiaeast Australia Southeast australiasoutheast South India southindia Central India centralindia West India westindia Canada Central canadacentral Canada East canadaeast UK South uksouth UK West ukwest West Central US westcentralus West US 2 westus2 Korea Central koreacentral Korea South koreasouth France Central francecentral France South francesouth Australia Central australiacentral Australia Central 2 australiacentral2 UAE Central uaecentral UAE North uaenorth South Africa North southafricanorth South Africa West southafricawest Switzerland North switzerlandnorth Switzerland West switzerlandwest Germany North germanynorth Germany West Central germanywestcentral Norway West norwaywest Norway East norwayeast Brazil Southeast brazilsoutheast West US 3 westus3