This Azure Automation runbook provides a very simple “Hello World” example of using a runbook.
This runbook illustrates how to use input parameters in runbooks.
This runbook sets up a connection to an Azure virtual machine.
This runbook outputs the number of records specified in a SQL Server database table.
This runbook connects into an Azure virtual machine and runs the specified PowerShell command.
Demonstrates starting all Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine in a specific Azure subscription by starting with the Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controllers. The script could be associated with the new Azure Automation Scheduler to start the Virtual Machines at specific time.
Demonstrates stopping all Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine in a specific Azure subscription. The script could be associated with the new Azure Automation Scheduler to stop Virtual Machines at specific time. Great for developers for saving on Azure Compute, if they forget to shut.
This Runbook sample demonstrates the use of global assets in Automation. It shows how to retrieve an existing global variable, connection, certificate and credential.
This Azure Automation runbook copies a file from the local runbook host to an Azure virtual machine. This runbook is intended to run after a file is copied to the local host so ensure that you have copied the file to the runbook host before calling this.
Demonstrates the use of PowerShell workflow checkpoints in a runbook.