Azure PowerShell Tools 0.8.10 is available

If you have missed it, Scott Gu announced major set of updates to Azure services. At a high level, these changes include,

  • Marketplace: Announcing Azure Marketplace and partnerships with key technology partners
  • Networking: Network Security Groups, Multi-NIC, Forced Tunneling, Source IP Affinity, and much more
  • Batch Computing: Public Preview of the new Azure Batch Computing Service
  • Automation: General Availability of the Azure Automation Service
  • Anti-malware: General Availability of Microsoft Anti-malware for Virtual Machines and Cloud Services
  • Virtual Machines: General Availability of many more VM extensions – PowerShell DSC, Octopus, VS Release Management

This, of course, needs Azure PowerShell Tools update too! Version 0.8.10 of the Azure cmdlets is now available. This includes new cmdlets to manage Data Factory, Batch Computing, Multi-NIC configurations and so on.

  • Azure Data Factory cmdlets in AzureResourceManager mode
    • New-AzureDataFactory
    • New-AzureDataFactoryGateway
    • New-AzureDataFactoryGatewayKey
    • New-AzureDataFactoryHub
    • New-AzureDataFactoryLinkedService
    • New-AzureDataFactoryPipeline
    • New-AzureDataFactoryTable
    • New-AzureDataFactoryEncryptValue
    • Get-AzureDataFactory
    • Get-AzureDataFactoryGateway
    • Get-AzureDataFactoryHub
    • Get-AzureDataFactoryLinkedService
    • Get-AzureDataFactoryPipeline
    • Get-AzureDataFactoryRun
    • Get-AzureDataFactorySlice
    • Get-AzureDataFactoryTable
    • Remove-AzureDataFactory
    • Remove-AzureDataFactoryGateway
    • Remove-AzureDataFactoryHub
    • Remove-AzureDataFactoryLinkedService
    • Remove-AzureDataFactoryPipeline
    • Remove-AzureDataFactoryTable
    • Resume-AzureDataFactoryPipeline
    • Save-AzureDataFactoryLog
    • Set-AzureDataFactoryGateway
    • Set-AzureDataFactoryPipelineActivePeriod
    • Set-AzureDataFactorySliceStatus
    • Suspend-AzureDataFactoryPipeline
  • Azure Batch cmdlets in AzureResourceManager mode
    • Set-AzureBatchAccount
    • Remove-AzureBatchAccount
    • New-AzureBatchAccountKey
    • New-AzureBatchAccount
    • Get-AzureBatchAccountKeys
    • Get-AzureBatchAccount
  • Azure Network
    • Multi NIC support
      • Add-AzureNetworkInterfaceConfig
      • Get-AzureNetworkInterfaceConfig
      • Remove-AzureNetworkInterfaceConfig
      • Set-AzureNetworkInterfaceConfig
    • Security group support
      • Set-AzureNetworkSecurityGroupToSubnet
      • Set-AzureNetworkSecurityGroupConfig
      • Remove-AzureNetworkSecurityGroupFromSubnet
      • Remove-AzureNetworkSecurityGroupConfig
      • Remove-AzureNetworkSecurityGroup
      • New-AzureNetworkSecurityGroup
      • Get-AzureNetworkSecurityGroupForSubnet
      • Get-AzureNetworkSecurityGroupConfig
      • Get-AzureNetworkSecurityGroup
  • Azure Virtual Machine
    • Added Add PublicConfigKey and PrivateConfigKey parameters to SetAzureVMExtension
  • Azure Website
    • Set-AzureWebsite exposes new parameters and Get-AzureWebsite returns them
      • SlotStickyConnectionStringNames – connection string names not to be moved during swap operation
      • SlotStickyAppSettingNames – application settings names not to be moved during swap operation
      • AutoSwapSlotName – slot name to swap automatically with after successful deployment

Go ahead and download the new release! As I’d written last time, you can use PowerShell to do that.

#get a list of all MSIs
Get-AzurePowerShellMSI -Passthru

#Download the latest MSI
Get-AzurePowerShellMSI -DownloadLatest -Verbose -Passthru

#Download the latest MSI to a specific destination
Get-AzurePowerShellMSI -DownloadLatest -DownloadPath C:\MyDownloads1 -Verbose -Passthru
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