Creating a single database is the fastest and easiest organization alternative for making a database in Azure SQL Database. This quickstart tells you the best way to make and afterward query a single database utilizing the Azure portal.

Follow these Steps to Create a SQL Database

Click Create a resource in the Azure portal.

Select Databases from the New page, Select Create New SQL database on the New page.

Fill out the following information in the SQL Database.
    • Databases name  :  For valid database names
    • Subscription        :   For details about your subscription
    • Resource group   :   For valid resource group names
    • Select source        :  Loads the AdventureWorksLT schema and data into your new database
Under Server, Click Configure required settings and fill out the following information in the SQL server (logical Server)

After you have completed the form, click Select.

Click Pricing tier to specify the service.

Quick start, Select the Standard service tier & then use the slider to select 10  DTUs (S0) & 1GB of storage.

Select the terms to use the Add-on Storage option.

Then selecting the server tier, click Apply.

Then you have completed the SQL Database form, click Create the database
See the Dashboard or Click Notifications to monitor the deployment process.

    Create a Server level firewall rule

    After the deployment completes, click SQL databases and then click mytestDB on the sql databases page. Overview page for your database opens, showing fully qualified server name (such as

     Copy this fully qualified server name for use to connect to your server.

    Click Set server firewall on the toolbar. The Firewall setting page for the SQL Databases server opens.

    Click Add client IP on the toolbar to add your current IP address to a new firewall rule.

    Click Save. Server level firewall rule is created for your current IP address opening port 1433 on the logical server.

    Click Okay & then close the Firewall settings page.

      Query the SQL Database

      Click Query editor (preview) menu and then click login.

      Select SQL server authentication ,then click Ok to log in.

      After you're authentication as ServerAdmin, type the following query in the query editor pane

      Click Run & then review the query results in the Results pane.