Sunday, October 25, 2015

Azure PowerShell 1.0 is in preview now

You can find Preview of Azure PowerShell in PowerShell gallery now. Later on an MSI or WebPI installer version of the preview will be added. The present 0.9.8 version will become 1.0 in due course and the preview is only for testing, not really for production.
The stated goals of this preview are:
  • Enable better support for Resource Manager in Azure Automation
  • Separate Azure Service Management and Resource Manager functionality to provide clarity regarding features of Azure the cmdlets target
  • Enforce semantic versioning and ensure cmdlets authored against a given major version of Azure PowerShell will not encounter breaking changes from updates to Azure PowerShell
  • Distribute Azure PowerShell through WebPI and PowerShell Gallery to enable quicker delivery of new features and defect resolutions
  • Automation of Azure PowerShell MSDN reference documentation
You have satisfied minimum requirements of WMI if you are in Windows 10 and you can get the modules from PowerShell on your computer. Review the following screenshots:

Launch PowerShell and run the Install-Module script as shown.

Click the appropriate button and click Next (herein Yes was clicked).

Follow the screen instructions;
You are ready to go.

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