Using PowerShell to make Azure Automation Graphical Runbooks – Part 1

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Microsoft recently released another extension for Azure Automation developers, this time in the form of the Microsoft Azure Automation Graphical Authoring SDK.
This SDK allows developers to make and edit graphic runbooks for using in Azure Automation. Although the examples given are in C#, it’s possible to apply the same methodologies to develop them in PowerShell with the accompanying SDK mentioned above.
You can read the first article of this series on creating these Graphical Runbooks at powershell.amsterdam

2 Responses to " Using PowerShell to make Azure Automation Graphical Runbooks – Part 1 "

  1. […] Using PowerShell to make Azure Automation Graphical Runbooks – Part 1 (Tim Pringle) […]

  2. Marco Bocca says:

    Very powerfull, I’d like to see the coce C# thank you TIM

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