Microsoft Azure is a key enabler of the digital transformation journey of our customers today. Customers are using Azure to spur business innovation and realizing how running in Azure makes them more resilient, more agile, and more efficient.
A few months ago, we started the journey to bring the PowerShell experience to Azure Cloud Shell. Today, that experience enters public preview alongside Bash in Azure Cloud Shell. With the addition of PowerShell in Cloud Shell, now you have the flexibility to choose the shell experience that works best for you.
Breaking changes were introduced in Azure PowerShell v1.4. These breaking changes are present in Azure PowerShell versions 1.4-1.6 and versions 2.0 and later. A hotfix has been released to address these breaking changes.
Learn about the new out of box support for Azure Resource Manager in Azure Automation runbooks.
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.
This topic will annouce the new Azure VM Extension-DSCForLinux Extension, and introduce the key features of DSCForLinux Extension.
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.
We're excited to announce the preview of a new feature that will empower you to make better business decisions - The Power BI Content Pack for Azure Audit Logs.
Learn the current best practices around using Azure Resource Manager functionality in Azure Automation runbooks, and plans for the future in this area.
Create and preconfigure a Resource Manager-based virtual machine with PowerShell.