The PowerShell is not the only option for managing Azure from the command line. In this video, learn how to use the Bash Cloud Shell to use commands to manage compute resources using CLI.
- [Narrator] Now we saw that we can use PowerShell … to manage our resources in Azure. … But PowerShell's not the only option. … There's another type of command, … called the Command Line Interfacer, CLI, … that Azure also supports. … In fact, the PowerShell that runs under the Cloud Shell … supports CLI commands. … So I can use a CLI command, like A zed, VM list, … that will list all the virtual machines on my account. … This is not a PowerShell command, … this follows the CLI format. … If I hit enter, I get a list of virtual machines … that are on my account, in json format. … Now json is a text format for data, … and you can use programs and scripts … to read the values from this. … A lot easier to read … than the text output of PowerShell commands. … Another interesting thing, … is if you said A zed, VM list, skus, … that will list all the available skus … that Azure offers. … Now we saw there were over 300 … instance types that we had to choose from. … We can see this programmatically, …
- Azure compute options
- Regions and availability zones
- Advantages of cloud computing
- Azure virtual machines
- Virtual machine scale sets
- Functions and logic apps
- Reserved instances and hybrid option
- Dev/Test licensing
- High-performance compute
Skill Level Advanced
Azure Administration: Manage Identitieswith Sharon Bennett1h 15m Intermediate
What you should know1m 46s
1. Azure Compute Basics
2. Computing Options
3. Managing Costs
4. High Performance Compute
5. Management Tools
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