Schlagwort PowerShell

Define Consumption Budget with PowerShell and REST

To set up a budget with warning in Azure, the Az.Billing PowerShell Module offers the cmdlets New-AzConsumptionBudget. Unfortunately, the PowerShell commands don’t seem to be implemented correctly in version 2.0.0 at the Az Module 8.3.0 or newer (currently 9.0.1): The… Weiterlesen →

Send Mails with SendGrid via Azure Automation

Azure Automation can automatically send emails through alerts when a runbook fails. Unfortunately, these alert mails cannot be adjusted and it is often necessary to send further information. In this case SendGrid is a good alternative because the mail service… Weiterlesen →

Upload and Download Blobs in Azure Storage without local Files

Should files are uploaded or downloaded from an Azure Storage Account Blob, there are corresponding PowerShell commands. Specifically, Get-AzStorageBlobContent or Set-AzStorageBlobContent can be used. Both commands always require the specification of a local file. In some cases, however, it may… Weiterlesen →

Sum up Azure costs with PowerShell Group and Measure

Azure provides a good way with Cost Management to report the costs and consumption of Azure Services. It offers various filtering, aggregation and export options. In some cases, however, it is still necessary to call up and process the data… Weiterlesen →

Start & Stop VMs in Sequence and with Delay via Azure Automation

In some cases VMs have to be started / stopped in a certain order. Often, certain services have to run before the next VM can start. It may be necessary to set waiting times between the start of two VMs…. Weiterlesen →

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