Installing Azure CLI on Debian GNU/Linux for WSL
There are many ways to start an Azure Automation Runbook. You can start the Runbook from the Azure Portal, using PowerShell cmdlets or a Webhook. But you can also start a Runbook via a web request against the Azure ARM REST API
Testing Azure Resource Manager template functions with PowerShell and the output section of the ARM Template
With Azure Custom Script Extension you can download and execute scripts on Azure virtual machines. This extension is useful for post deployment configuration, software installation, or any other configuration / management task. Scripts can be downloaded from Azure storage or GitHub, or provided to the Azure portal at extension run time.
This blog post is a continuation of the third blog post in this Azure (ARM) REST API series. Please review the following blog posts first if you have not done yet: Using the Azure ARM REST API – Get Access Token Using the Azure ARM REST API – Get Subscription Information Using the Azure ARM…
In the first two blog post about using the Azure (ARM) REST API I explained how to get the Access Token and how to get some simple info about your Azure Subscription. In the last two blog posts about using the Azure (ARM) REST API we are going to do the following: Create a Resource…
In the fist blog post over using the Azure ARM REST API I explained how to retrieve the Access Token needed for the further authentication against the Azure ARM REST API. In this blog post I’m going to explain how you can use that Access Token and start communicating with Azure using simple web calls….