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Create Automation Assets

In this exercise, you will create Automation assets by using the Azure portal. Browse to the new Azure Portal at https://portal.azure.com and sign in. Navigate to the AutomationLab Automation account and, on the AutomationLab blade, click the Shared Resource On … Continue reading

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Configuring Automation Accounts

In this exercise, you will have configured a new Azure Automation account to use with Azure Automation. To create automation account, following this procedure Browse to the new Azure Portal at https://portal.azure.com and sign in. Click Automation Accounts on the … Continue reading

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Configure alerts for Azure virtual machines

To configure alerts for Azure VM, you need to follow below steps: In the Azure portal, click Virtual machines. On the Virtual machines, click Web1. On the Web1 blade, click Alert rules. Click Add metric alert. On the Alert rule … Continue reading

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Add a webhook to Automation runbook

To Add a Webhook, you need to follow below steps: If you are not signed in to the Azure Portal, then browse to the new Azure Portal at https://portal.azure.com and sign in. Navigate to the AutomationLab Automation account and, on … Continue reading

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Deploy a DSC-based configuration by using Azure Automation

In this exercise, you will deploy the Web server role to Azure virtual machines. If you are not signed in to the Azure Portal, then browse to the new Azure Portal at https://portal.azure.com and sign in. Navigate to the AutomationLab … Continue reading

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Create and compile a DSC-based configuration by using Azure Automation

In this exercise, you will create and compile a DSC-based configuration by using Azure Automation. Start Windows PowerShell ISE and, in the script pane, type in the following text. If you prefer, you can use a text editor like NotePad. … Continue reading

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Create Automation Windows PowerShell workflow-based textual Runbook

To create & publish automation windows PowerShell workflow-based runbook, following this procedure If you are not signed in to the Azure Portal, then browse to the new Azure Portal at https://portal.azure.com and sign in. Navigate to the AutomationLab Automation account … Continue reading

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