30 March 2016
In release 1.3.0, the installation experience from the PowerShell Gallery is significantly improved. Install the AzureRM module using Install-Module AzureRM. You no longer need to execute any additional cmdlets to download and install the Azure Resource Manager cmdlets.
25 February 2016
In an effort to support our user base that does not currently use VSTS, we’d like to bring you a Powershell script you can use to create Release Annotations from anywhere.
01 February 2016
As you know, PowerShell version 5 has been released, and with it, a number of new PowerShell features. And now, you can take advantage of these great new PowerShell v5 features in your runbooks and DSC configurations in Azure Automation!
05 January 2016
In Azure Automation in the new Azure portal you can author runbooks using graphical or textual authoring experiences.
23 November 2015
We are pleased to announce Azure PowerShell 1.0, now available on PowerShell Gallery and WebPI. With this release of Azure PowerShell we welcome many changes and improvements to Azure PowerShell. Learn about these changes and improvements here.
18 November 2015
Today, we’re excited to announce Azure SDK 2.8 for Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio 2015. This post summarizes the updates and how the new tools will improve your Azure development experience.
03 November 2015
We’re delighted to announce the general availability of Dynamic Data Masking for Azure SQL Database version V12.
22 October 2015
Today marks the launch of Microsoft Mechanics our official new show and video platform for IT professionals and tech enthusiasts. Shows comprise informative demos, how-tos and insights from the engineers and tech leaders behind the technology each Wednesday or as news breaks, all in around ten minutes.
12 October 2015
Azure Automation now offers community runbook and module content from within the Automation experience in Azure Preview Portal.
12 October 2015
We are pleased to introduce Azure PowerShell 1.0 Preview, now available on PowerShell Gallery. There are many changes in this preview and we’d like to use it to gather feedback, which we’ll incorporate into Azure PowerShell 1.0.