Azure Powershell runbooks are cool. I’ve been exploring using them as a way to avoid using a dedicated VM for running simple PowerShell Scripts in Azure. I have a group of instances that are running from a dedicated Scale Set that I need to reboot nightly. It’s pretty easy to get this going. You can import my PS1 runbook with the following cmdlet
Many times when working with Powershell Modules, I’m presented with an object that contains data that I want, but it’s embedded inside nested hash tables, or isn’t quite storing the data in a way that’s useful for me to work with.