When using Azure Automation source control, the recommendation is to focus on using GitHub as a central repository. Here’s how to do it.
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This latest in our Quick Tip series gives you a PowerShell script to validate the status of a virtual machine in Azure to see if it is running or stopped.
Robust security features are baked into Microsoft Azure. But you can add an extra layer of security by using the built-in Privileged Identity Management.
Most PowerShell scripts are pretty quick to execute, but if you want to know exactly how quick (or slow), you can track the time with this handy script.
Sometimes, it’s the simple things that can save you a lot of headaches. As this Quick Tip shows, always make sure you troubleshoot your jobs with test pane.
Here’s a simple but efficient way to move your Azure resources. This quick tutorial will show you how to do it and save time.
In this tutorial, we are going to use an Azure Automation Account to create a report of all VMs per resource group and save it on a Storage Account.
Here’s a Quick Tip that will show you how to link an Azure Automation and Log Analytics workspace even if you provisioned both separately.
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