A quick PowerShell script to start using Azure RM Infrastructure


Are you or your team using the Azure Portal? But everyone say use PowerShell? Or perhaps JSON?

Let’s start with a PowerShell Script, that will let you connect to Azure Resource Manager (AzureRM).


Then we need to create the initial structure, which will be reused and going forward is static values. Basically we create a Resource Group, a Storage Account, a Virtual Subnet and a Virtual Network.


See my next post with two PowerShell scripts to manage new Azure RM Virtual Machines, either by editing the PowerShell variables or being prompted for input to the variables.

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