I'm creating a microservices architecture.
Each service needs its own database, so I've created an SQL Server resource in my Azure's Resource Group.
But the databases are created code-first by the services when they are deployed.
In Azure, it results with a newly created database attached to my SQL Server, and so in my Resource Group. Exactly what I want.
But unfortunately, the database configuration is the raw default of Azure, with 32GB and costs me a lot more money than it should.
I don't need more than 100mb per database and I can even pick the "serverless" Computer tier option to pay lesser.
So I've created a template of database and now I'm trying to assign it as the default template used by the SQL Server resource whenever a microservice creates a new database.
Is it even possible ?