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Windows Powershell and Microsoft Azure : “Global Windows Azure BootCamp 2014 Slides

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I have presented this Presentation on "Global Windows Azure Bootcamp 2014". …

I have presented this Presentation on "Global Windows Azure Bootcamp 2014".

In these slides i have mentioned on how to connec to Microsoft Azure using PowerShell.

I hope you will find it useful.

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Aman

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  • 1. “Global Windows Azure BootCamp 2014”
  • 2. “How to connect to Windows Azure using PowerShell”
  • 3. http://bit.ly/1g6fBCC Please note !
  • 4. “Intro : Windows Azure”
  • 5. Windows Azure Windows Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables you to quickly build, deploy and manage applications across a global network of Microsoft-managed datacentres. You can build applications using any language, tool or framework. And you can integrate your public cloud applications with your existing IT environment.
  • 6. Benefits 1. Eco friendly 2. Improved TCO 3. Increased Stability 4. As Service 1. Software as Service 2. Platform as Service 5. Datacentre in the Cloud
  • 7. Single Place for. 1. Hosting Websites 2. Virtual Machines 3. Mobile Services 4. Media 5. SQL Database 6. BIG Data 7. Visual Studio Online 8. Biz Talk Server
  • 8. “Intro : Windows PowerShell”
  • 9. 1. Designed by “Jeffrey Snover, Bruce Payette and James Truher 2. Started as project “Monad” in 2002 , in April 2005 Microsoft renamed it as “Windows PowerShell”. 3. For windows XP, Server 2003 available as optional feature. 4. Now Integrated in Windows 7 and later OS. 5. Current version is 4.0 6. Task based Command Line Shell and Scripting Language. 7. Based on .NET framework. 8. Syntax: verb-noun 9. It is a scripting language but we can design GUI Applications too. Windows PowerShell
  • 10. PowerShell GUI Applications
  • 11. # Multiple Sites $mySitesNames = "SalesGlobalLogic", "ITGlobalLogic", "InfoGlobalLogic" foreach ( $siteName in $mySitesNames ) { Write-Host "Crating website $siteName" -ForegroundColor Green New-AzureWebsite -Location "East Asia" -Name $siteName } Scripts…
  • 12. Let’s Get Started ..
  • 13. “Download Windows Azure PowerShell Module”
  • 14. Windows Azure PowerShell Module • Microsoft Web Platform Installer http://bit.ly/1i14PAe • WindowsAzurePowerShell.3f.3f.3fnew
  • 15. “Installing Windows Azure PowerShell Module”
  • 16. Installing…
  • 17. I Accept..
  • 18. Installing…
  • 19. Finish..
  • 20. Yayyy!!!
  • 21. “Connect to Windows Azure”
  • 22. 1. Active Directory Authentication 1. Expire after 12 Hours 2. Certificate Authentication 1. They are valid until the subscription in available and certificates are valid. Two types of Methods to connect
  • 23. 1. Using “Add-AzureAccount” cmdlet. Azure Active Directory Authentication
  • 24. “Demo”
  • 25. “http://newdelhipowershell usergroup.blogspot.in/2014 /02/part-2-azure-and- powershell-connect- to.html”
  • 26. 1. Get-AzurePublishSettingsFile 2. Import-AzurePublishSettingsFile Using Certificates
  • 27. “Demo again…”
  • 28. “http://newdelhipowershell usergroup.blogspot.in/2014 /02/part-2-azure-and- powershell-connect- to.html”
  • 29. “More Demo . . . .”
  • 30. $mySitesNames = "SalesGlobalLogic", "ITGlobalLogic", "InfoGlobalLogic" foreach ( $siteName in $mySitesNames ) { Write-Output "Creting website $siteName" New-AzureWebsite -Location "East Asia" -Name $siteName } Creating multiple Sites
  • 31. “More Demo . ………. . .”
  • 32. Get-AzureWebsite | Select Name,State | ConvertTo-Html -Body "<h1> Azure Website reports </h1>" | Out-File E:TempAzureReport.html Exporting website State
  • 33. About me. • PowerShell MVP • Founder of “New Delhi PowerShell User Group” • Technical Reviewer of “Instant Windows PowerShell Guide” book. • Blogger • Scripter • Book Reviewer • Event Speaker on PowerShell www.amandhally.net @amandhally https://www.facebook.com/aman.dhally http://NewDelhiPowershellUserGroup.blogspot.in
  • 34. In the last….always remember
  • 35. And…………