Azure Automation State Configuration video shows how to assign virtual machines a configuration desired state you specify. This will allow us to add in as many virtual machine servers as we require to automatically receive and automate the desired state with ease and push this configuration out to our servers without manually installing software. We
Azure DevOps Tutorial will go through the basic steps required to setup Visual Studio 2019 with Azure Devops to automate and deploy resources within Azure under 10 minutes from start to finish. This will enable you to create a DevOps account from Visual Studio, all the way to building a Virtual Network (VNET) ARM Template
Azure Logic Apps JSON Parse. Part two focuses on using logic apps to read the Azure Automation output via a Parse JSON connector. This allows you to schedule the shutdown and startup of VMs from the logic app and be more flexible by adding in other components like email alerting logs and status details in
Use Azure to stop and start VMs the easy way using powershell and runbooks schedule. Part 1 is below and is all you need to stop and start VMs on a schedule using a quick setup and easy script (provided below). Part 2 (to be released soon) will focus on using logic apps to read
Azure & Terraform Part 2 – Creating Terraform virtual networks, resource groups with frontend and backend subnets using Terraform. Script to Create a Resource Group, vNet with FrontEnd and BackEnd subnets.