Simply place the Deploy to Azure button in your repository's README.md with a link to our site, and users who click on it will be directed to a streamlined deployment process.
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Earlier today we announced the availability of our public preview of Azure Media Services live services. We will have several posts this week covering different aspects of our live streaming capabilities and how to use them. In this post, I’ll give you some of the basics of live streaming and will then apply them to a specific scenario.
I’m excited to announce the limited preview of the Migration Accelerator (MA), for Azure. Spawned from the technology of our InMage acquisition the MA is designed to seamlessly migrate physical, VMware, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Hyper-V workloads into Azure.
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..
In this post, I will cover some basic concepts for creating high-quality runbooks in Azure Automation. The concepts covered in this post are: defining input parameters, defining output type, and how to call child runbooks from within a runbook.
Azure Automation allows you to automate the creation, deployment, monitoring, and maintenance of resources in your Azure environment using a highly scalable and reliable workflow execution engine.…
An insight into a customer's experience of moving their Azure Services between regions. Learn how they achieved the migration in a smooth and simple way.
In this blog, I’ll show you how to leverage the Azure Automation service to accomplish a customer requested scenario of truncating tables when a particular database approaches its maximum size capacity. Although targeted towards a specific scenario, the highlighted example provides the framework to enable one to accomplish countless Azure SQL DB scenarios that one would normally need a SQL Server Agent to perform.
Fundamentals for runbook management in Azure Automation. The steps to create an Automation account, create or import a runbook, test and publish , manage logging and setup a schedule for starting the runbook.
Azure subscription and service limits are an important part of architecture planning. Learn about a new reference page for Azure limits and how to request increases.