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Did you know that the Azure Portal has a feature to connect using PowerShell in the cloud? With this there’s no need to connect using local PowerShell; simply connect, authenticate and start running commands on your Azure site. In this post, I’ll demo how to use this nice feature.
There’s a lot you can do with the PowerShell. For example, maybe I have a self-hosted integration runtime running my Azure Data Factory and I’d like to pause that or restart it; I can do that with the Azure PowerShell.
So, this is a nice feature that’s hosted on the web as part of the Azure platform. It exposes a lot of functionality for administration purposes for monitoring and getting to the root access to much of that information.
We all know life can get hectic. Here at Pragmatic Works, we're no different. But one of our goals is to learn something new about Azure every day, as things are constantly changing and being updated. Many people are still learning all the amazing things they can do within the Azure cloud and we want to help. Our posts in our Azure Every Day series are a great way to learn more about Azure each week.
If you’d like to learn more or have questions on using the PowerShell within Azure, click the link below or contact us. We’re here to help you with anything cloud or Azure related, whether you’re just starting out in the cloud or are just stuck with a question on any product or service. Our experts are ready to help you take your business from good to great.
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