vLog on PowerShell automation on Microsoft Azure

Hi everyone,

The next part of my vLog series on using Powershell to do automation with Microsoft Azure is now online. In this part, I will transform the three simple commands that created the resource groups into a small script that uses a JSON file to store the configuration in. The great thing about this approach is you keep your code separated from your configuration which means that you can use the same code to create a lot of different environments. If you are a service provider or just want to create multiple environments, this will make your life a lot easier.

1 thought on “vLog on PowerShell automation on Microsoft Azure”

  1. Yes you are more than welcome to share it. There will be 3 more videos online soon, been a bit pressured lately at work so they have been delayed.

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