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Automate and manage your cloud-native, hybrid, and even on-premises resources using PowerShell. Eamon O’Reilly, who’s leading the efforts at Microsoft for serverless automation, shows you how to get started.
If you’re new to Azure Functions, this is Microsoft’s event-driven serverless compute in Azure. You can execute code or a script, allowing you to automate rules, configuration, and processes. Because it’s on demand, you only pay for the exact time needed to run that function- right down to the second.
In this video, Anna Hoffman and Jeroen ter Heerdt discuss and show PowerShell notebooks and Azure SQL inside Azure Data Studio. Learn how you can leverage PowerShell notebooks and other CLI tools in them to manage your Azure SQL Databases and Managed Instances.
[00:32] Notebooks in Azure Data Studio
[01:20] PowerShell kernel for notebooks
[02:20] Setting up Azure (Az) module for PowerShell in your notebook
[03:17] Running interactive commands in the integrated terminal in Azure Data Studio
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Azure PowerShell allows for task automation and operational management of Azure resources at no cost or effort using popular PowerShell scripting language.
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[00:01:36] Demo – Getting started – installing modules
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