Dear Friends, as you are aware PowerShell 7 Preview has been released recently. PowerShell 7 was designated to become the replacement product for PowerShell Core 6.x products as well as Windows PowerShell 5.1, which is the last supported Windows PowerShell version and now you can install the PowerShell 7.0 Preview in your computer by running
There is no blog post in Why Azure from last one month and many people have contacted me for this. Actually, I was on vacation so didn’t get the time to write. PowerShell on CloudShell is now available in GA and it was announced in the Ignite 2018, the interesting fact is that it’s running
PowerShell 6 was in GA last January and many of us has already started working with it and the below news was really big leap for the PowerShell lovers. And the good news is that PowerShell 6.0 is also supported in Linux. For the one who have missed the release of the PowerShell 6 can
Customers who have faced issues in connecting Azure CloudShell from their Android Mobile App recently, please be aware that Microsoft is going to release an update soon. The app version where this issue has been reported is v 0.6.22.2017.10.12-19.06.08 To know more about Azure CloudShell please check my older post here.
Recently I was working in one of the Automation project where I had to run some Azure Runbooks in the on premise servers. Due to the security restrictions I was unable run those runbooks directly from the Azure automation account so I need to setup the Hybrid Worker Group in our environment. Today I will
Recently in the Microsoft Ignite 2017, Microsoft has announced the availability of the PowerShell interface for the Cloud Shell. This is something which was long awaited after the launch of the Cloud Shell. Not too long ago whenever I used to try to open Cloud Shell after the creation of a default storage account, Cloud
Azure Runbooks are part of Azure process automation. Today I will show you how we can create a runbook in the azure portal. First we will check how we can create a run book, in the first step we will search for Automation from Azure Market Place. The next step is to create an azure