PowerShell and Azure REST API

Posted by Ken Channon on October 16, 2018

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List Blob Encryption Status As you write PowerShell scripts to automate management of your Azure environment, you may find limitations with the Azure SDK cmdlets. For example, I recently enabled encryption on a customer’s storage account. Since it only encrypts new blobs written, I wanted to provide a list of which blobs were encrypted and which were not. The cmdlets do not provide the blob encryption status even though it is available via the Azure

Azure Cost Management – SQL Database Example

Posted by Rishabh on April 24, 2017

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A key selling point of public cloud computing is that you “pay only for what you use”.  For many Microsoft Azure resources, this can be easily accomplished via the Azure Portal.  For example, auto-scaling of scale sets can be configured through the Azure portal to adjust instances to match a load or schedule.  For other Azure resources or more complex workloads, it is more involved.    You will need to write code to provide the intended