Microsoft Azure Essentials: Azure Automation
by Michael McKeown
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation 2015
Number of pages: 113
This book exists to help IT pros and Windows PowerShell developers understand the core concepts around Azure Automation. It's especially useful for IT pros looking for ways to automate their common Azure PaaS and IaaS application duties such as provisioning, deployment, lifecycle management, patching and updating, de-provisioning, maintenance, and monitoring.
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