Category: Azure CLI

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Azure Cloud Shell vs Azure CLI

At a local community event, after my presentation I was answering some questions and one of the attendee ask me if Azure Cloud Shell is the same tool as Azure CLI. So here is, Azure Cloud Shell is a containerized based shell running in the Azure Portal (or in the browser), using either a Linux (Bash) or Windows (PowerShell) base containers. Both containers are supported by Azure CLI, as well...

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How to use Azure Cloud Shell

Since when they announce the Azure Cloud Shell (see post here), I’ve been waiting to use the PowerShell on the Azure Cloud Shell. I’m still growing my learning how to use the Azure CLI, but PowerShell I’ve been using for years, and I feel way more comfortable with it. So, how I can use Azure Cloud Shell? Just open the Azure Portal, and on the top bar, between the Notifications...

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Azure Cloud Shell Everywhere

WOW! Microsoft did it again! If you didn’t saw the announcements at the Microsoft Build 2017 Conference, you should! They announce a lot of new things, but regarding Azure one of may favorite is the application for IOS specific! I see this App, as a savior in so many ways! Those times that you have a problem and you need immediately access to run a PowerShell script or that an...

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Virtual Machine Scalability in Azure – Part 1

You can provide automatic scalability for Azure VMs by using Azure VM scale sets. A VM scale set consists of a group of automatically provisioned Windows or Linux virtual machines that share identical configuration and deliver the same functionality to support a service or application. With a VM scale set, the number of virtual machines can increase or decrease, adjusting dynamically to changes in demand for its workload. The workload...

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Why and when to use Azure CLI

I have been a heavy Windows user for many years, but lately I have been using another OS to increase my vision and experience. But the issue is, PowerShell is a Windows OS based, and usually is not available on Non-Windows OS (as far as I know). So, I need to evolve to another command line tool. The natural progression is Azure CLI. Ok, you probably get the picture, but...