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  • Blog Post: Azure PowerShell 0.6.13

    Azure PowerShell 0.6.13 released with substantial change to Support IaaS General Availability Download Link: PowerShell ( Github ) 2013.04.16 Version 0.6.13 Completely fixed issues with first website creation on a new account. Now you can use PowerShell with a new account directly without...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure PowerShell – Storage Commands

    In this Blog we will walk through few PowerShell commands to work with Windows Azure Storage. (Last Update: 04/12/2013) List of all Windows Azure Subscriptions – Find Default in case Multiple subscription Code Snippet: { Write-Host "Selection: Show Me List of Windows Azure Subscriptions...
  • Blog Post: New blob storage cmdlets in Azure PowerShell 0.6.12

    Azure PowerShell 0.6.12 released last week and includes new cmdlets to work with blobs in general, not just VHD files. To install, go to azure.com, click Downloads at the top, then click Windows Azure PowerShell under Command Line Tools at the bottom – or just click this link: http://go.microsoft.com...
  • Blog Post: How to quickly determine the Windows Azure PowerShell Version

    How to quickly determine the Windows Azure PowerShell Version The quickest method to determine which Windows Azure PowerShell version you are running is to enable Debugging and then run a Power Shell command. To enable debugging you just need to set $DebugPreference as below: $DebugPreference...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting REST API based connectivity issues with Windows Azure Management Portal

    Recently I worked on an issue where the customer was trying to create a Service Bus using Python code, however the creation of Service Bus was failing with the following error. "The server encountered an internal error. Please retry the request" Because Python was using REST API and the communication...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure PowerShell - Script for basic PaaS and IaaS Operations

    We assume that you have already set up your PowerShell for Windows Azure based on our previous Blog Post: Windows Azure PowerShell – Getting Started . In this blog we will be providing a Menu Based PowerShell Script to perform basic Cloud operation on Windows Azure. Before we dive into the details...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure PowerShell – Getting Started

    Introduction: As per command line tools, almost all operations that are performed on the Platform can be done using Rest API and PowerShell. Windows Azure PowerShell releases are very frequent. Download Page: http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/downloads/?fb=en-us [Last Release: February 2013...
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