You asked, and we answered! This week marks the release of the latest version of the Azure PowerShell module. The update includes new cmdlets for accounts, assets, and scheduled runbooks.
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Create a new Azure Scheduler job that starts any runbook in your Azure Automation accounts
If you’re familiar with Azure Automation, you’re probably aware that PowerShell is the fundamental technology that makes Azure Automation great. But PowerShell itself is great due to its extensibility through PowerShell modules.
The Azure Resource Manager enables you to create reusable deployment templates that declaratively describe the resources that make up your application.
Introducing the Azure Automation Script Converter – if you import a PowerShell script with no PowerShell Workflows in it, we’ll now attempt to convert the PowerShell script for you to PowerShell Workflow, so it will be able to run with little to no manual changes as an Azure Automation runbook.
Last week we announced PowerShell support for recovery between two Hyper-V sites managed by Azure Site Recovery. The ASR cmdlets can be used to enable protection for virtual machines and performing recovery operations on virtual machines or recovery plan containing virtual machines.
Azure Site Recovery is getting widely adopted by both enterprises and service providers as a standard for disaster recovery in virtualized, physical, and cloud environments.
We are pleased to announce availability of Azure Traffic Manager within Azure in China. Use Azure Traffic Manager to achieve global scale, performance and resilience for your applications.
If you’re a user of Azure Automation, you already know how useful it can be for automating manual, long running, frequently repeated, and error prone tasks that keep your cloud services up and running. You may also be well aware that there are a number of steps required to get Azure Automation set up to talk to Azure using certificate-based authentication. Well we on the Azure Automation and Azure PowerShell team are happy to present you with an easier alternative..
By now you’ve probably had a chance to experiment with all the great features of Azure Automation through the Azure Portal. Now what if I told you, you could do all these things and more easily and programmatically from the command line? Whether you want to use Azure Automation completely headless, or you’re just looking to script a few key actions like bulk runbook import, the Azure Automation cmdlets are for you.