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Az. Module 1.0 released

Microsoft has announced the general availability of the Az. PowerShell Modules. They are compatible with PSCore, and are the future for scripting, automating Azure tasks. The AZureRM Modules, will only receive Bugfixes, but no new features anymore. Azure Automation will be able to use Az. Modules around March 2019 Read more here: https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/blob/master/documentation/announcing-az-module.md Give them… Read more Az. Module 1.0 released

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Azure Resource Graph IV – „Where“ and string operators

Querying data needs always filtering capabilities. ARG, has a powerful query language that allows complex queries with just a few characters of typework.  Knowing how to filter data is importtant, so that you can use the power of the ARG engine before you retrieve the data to your session (PowerShell in that case), especially with… Read more Azure Resource Graph IV – „Where“ and string operators

Install a PS Module from the PS Gallery in Azure Automation by Script

Hi All ! Azure Automation allows the installation of Modules published on the PS Gallery, or beeing uploaded from a ZIP File. The ZIP-Upload can be automated with commands from AzureRM.Automation Module, but i was facing the following problem. When i automatically deploy an Azure Automation Account, how can i install a PowerShell Module from… Read more Install a PS Module from the PS Gallery in Azure Automation by Script

Create a LogAnalytics Workspace with PowerShell

LogAnalytics Workspaces can be used for many reasons. Run typical Operations Management for your Infrastructure Services Log-Consolidation engine for an Azure Automation Account Log Collector for Microsoft foreign Logs (Syslog, other custom Logs This blogpost will demonstrate how easy it is to create a Log Analytics Workspace. Step 1 – Logon to Azure with PowerShell… Read more Create a LogAnalytics Workspace with PowerShell