As companies of all sizes move their assets and workloads to the cloud, there’s a clear need to provide more powerful ways to manage, govern, and automate their cloud resources. Such automation scenarios require custom logic best expressed in PowerShell.
Azure Automation provides the ability to automate, configure, and deploy updates across your hybrid environment using serverless automation. These capabilities are now generally available.
Azure Automation has the ability to integrate and automate processes across Azure and on-premises environments using a hybrid worker. This hybrid management capability has been extended to now deliver an automatic response to events in your datacenter using watcher tasks.
Today, it is challenging for customers to automate and configure their infrastructure and applications across their hybrid clouds. To maintain a well-managed environment at scale, the following capabilities are required for both your Windows and Linux systems...
In this blog post, I will talk about how to use Update Management solution to manage updates for your Azure VMs. Right from within your Azure VM, you can quickly assess the status of available updates, initiate the process of installing required updates, and review deployment results to verify that updates were applied successfully to the VM.
Create a new Azure Scheduler job that starts any runbook in your Azure Automation accounts
In this post, I will walk through how to set up Azure Automation to monitor services in Azure or in an external system so that actions can be taken when a specific event occurs.