Azure Automation source control supports syncing native PowerShell scripts from your source control repository to your Azure Automation account.
PowerShell runbooks allow you to automate processes by using PowerShell commands rather than PowerShell workflows.
Now in public preview, Automation DSC is available in Free and Basic tiers, and it introduces a variety of new features since the private preview.
Azure Automation Desired State Configuration builds on PowerShell DSC to provide an easier configuration management experience.
When you schedule a runbook in Azure Automation, you can specify which hybrid worker group it will run on.
Azure Automation has added the ability to run runbook tests on hybrid runbook workers.
Azure Automation has added activity-level tracing to assist with testing and debugging graph runbooks.
The Azure Automation team has released more than 60 PowerShell cmdlets in the Azure Resource Manager PowerShell module for managing all aspects of Azure Automation.
In Azure Automation, you can export and import graphical runbooks.
Azure Automation adds runbook input parameters as a data source for configuring activity input parameter values.
Azure Automation graphical runbook authoring added new features to improve your experience in configuring activity input parameters, creating runbook input parameters, and testing.
With the new graphical authoring tool and an upgraded textual authoring tool in Azure Automation, you can author runbooks by using a visual "drag-drop-link-configure" model.
The Microsoft Operations Management Suite is the IT management solution for the era of the cloud; a single solution, built to manage your entire enterprise environment regardless of location, operating system, hypervisors, or cloud provider choices.
Azure Automation enables the creation, deployment, and maintenance of resources for cloud and on-premises environments by using a highly scalable and reliable workflow service.
This release adds support for 23 new Windows PowerShell cmdlets for managing Azure Automation.
Azure Automation is available in Japan with the same service-level agreement coverage that is available in East U.S., Southeast Asia, and West Europe.
Use Azure Automation to create, monitor, deploy, and maintain resources in your Azure environment using a highly scalable and reliable workflow execution engine.
WebJobs is now generally available, providing an easy way for you to run programs such as services or background tasks on an Azure-hosted Website.
With Azure Site Recovery, you can protect and recover your production workloads while saving on capital and operational expenditures.
Azure Automation can now use an Azure Active Directory OrgId credential to automate management of Azure resources.