In this video, learn how to create an Azure runbook to automatically start a virtual machine using PowerShell in the Azure Automation account.
- [Instructor] Now that our automation account…has been created,…we can go ahead and create a Runbook.…From within the automation account blade,…I'm going to go ahead and select Runbooks.…And you'll notice that we have our four Runbooks…that have been supplied to us as tutorials.…Let's quickly review these.…The first one is a graphical Runbook…and I can tell because of the icon.…I'm going to go ahead and open that.…And from this view you really don't see much…of that Runbook and what it can do.…To actually see that Runbook we're going to click in edit.…
And as I mentioned this is graphical…so if I click into one of the graphics,…you'll notice that our PowerShell cmdlet…will pop up for us to the right of the screen.…And here we can populate the actions…of that cmdlet as required.…If you are comfortable working this way, go for it.…I'm going to go ahead and close this.…I'm going to close out that tutorial.…Now let's look at the same tutorial as a PowerShell script.…Again, same process, open the blade and then click on edit.…
Note: As an intermediate-level course, an existing understanding of the Azure platform is required. The course can also serve to deepen the skills of IT professionals wishing to prepare for the 70-534 exam: Architecting MS Azure Solutions.
- Monitoring Azure solutions
- Operations Management Suite, Azure Service Health, and Azure Application Insights
- Azure regions and domains
- Designing a recovery strategy with Azure Site Recovery and Azure Backup
- Configuring and deploying your recovery strategy
- Azure Automation use cases