Roles in Azure are a way to control access to resources and systems in the cloud. Azure roles define the permissions and responsibilities of a user or role in relation to Azure resources.
An Azure role can be used to group together related permissions and responsibilities. For example, a role might allow a user to create Azure resources, read Azure resource data, and write to Azure resource data, but not to delete resources.
A role can be assigned to a user or group, and the permissions and responsibilities of the role can be changed or added to as needed.
Roles are a great way to group together related permissions and responsibilities, and to assign them to users or groUPS. They are also a good way to control access to Azure resources.