Category: Azure CLI

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Azure Cloud Shell with Azure CLI inside Azure Portal

Here’s a short introduction to the Azure Cloud Shell; a new feature recently released into the Microsoft Azure Portal as part of the many announcements that Microsoft made at the Build 2017 conference. I also show off the Azure CLI 1.0 and 2.0 support in the Bash shell support of the Azure Cloud Shell; along with going through the portal UI to see what’s being created at the Command-Line as I go through to create a Resource Group, App Service Plan and App Service Web App from the CLI all within the Azure Portal! Enjoy!
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What is Azure Resource Manager?

In the early days of Microsoft Azure the Portal was the primary tool to go in and configure your cloud components. After some time the Azure Service Manager API’s were introduced as a set of both PowerShell and Command-Line tools (X-Plat CLI). These tools allowed for Azure Automation to be scripted, however they were still a bit cumbersome as they were procedural based. More recently Microsoft overhauled the entire Azure Portal that exists today as well as a brand new set of Azure Resource Manager API’s. The purpose of Azure Resource Manager is more than just replacing Azure Service Manager. It’s real purpose is a story about automation and DevOps. Read More

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Create Azure Service Bus Namespaces using PowerShell cmdlets and Azure CLI 1.0

AzureServiceBusLogo_150An Microsoft Azure Service Bus Namespace can certainly be managed through the Azure Management Portal. However easy that is for a user to do manually, it definitely can be useful to create and manage Azure Service Bus Namespaces using other more automated methods. Fortunately, there is support for this using the PowerShell and X-plat CLI SDKs.

Below are examples using both the PowerShell and X-plat CLI (command-line) SDKs to create a new Azure Service Bus Namespace. Read More