How to Create an Azure SQL Instance via PowerShell

I wanted to share a bit about Azure SQL (PaaS) in Azure, as I believe it will commonly used by IT Pros in the future, particularly as a logging and reference databasew when working with Azure Automation. One compelling reason to Azure SQL instance of SQL Server in Azure VMs is cost. If you just … Continue reading “How to Create an Azure SQL Instance via PowerShell”

Retrieve the latest version of a Gallery Image in Azure PowerShell

Here is a handy snippet I use fairly often. When you retrieve an Azure gallery image by name, you will find there are multiple versions of the image. You will typically find at least two versions of each image, which can be differentiated by date, as shown below. Label       PublishedDate —–   … Continue reading “Retrieve the latest version of a Gallery Image in Azure PowerShell”