Azure Automation and Virtual Machines are pleased to announce the public preview release of a new feature that allows you to configure Azure Virtual Machine alerts to run Azure Automation runbooks.
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In Azure Automation in the new Azure portal you can author runbooks using graphical or textual authoring experiences.
Learn how to use Azure Automation runbooks to initiate actions in response to Azure alerts.
Azure Automation is continually upgrading its runbook authoring features. In this post, we introduce the latest authoring tools and features that allow you to create sophisticated runbooks either with a graphical authoring model or with a PowerShell script authoring model.
To keep you up-to-date on how your runbooks and jobs are performing in your Azure Automation accounts, I’ll introduce a runbook New-AutomationReport.
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.