Get Azure Webjobs failed runs using PowerShell

Todays article will show you how to get Azure webjobs failed runs using PowerShell. Recently I was asked to prepare monitoring for Azure webjobs. I thought it will be quite simple and Application Insights can be used for this purpose. Unfortunetly to use Application Insights for this purpose additional development (telemetry implementation inside code) is needed. How script work? To get Azure webjobs failed runs script is connectig via API …

Get Azure subscription quota limits using PowerShell

Today I want to show you function to gather Azure subscription quota limits. Recently for one of the customer I had a problem with quota limit for static IP addresses. Standard limit was reached quite quickly and I had to create support request in Azure to increase this limit. To be more proactive in the future I’ve created script which gather all Azure subscription quota limits and show usage in …

Create Azure VNET peering using PowerShell

Today I want to show you how in easy way create Azure VNET peering using PowerShell. What is VNET peering? VNET peering allows to connect virtual networks to each other. When virtual networks are peered, all resourcses inside those networks are able to communicate the same way and with the same bandwidth if the resources will be created in the same virtual network. Script: Example of usage: I hope it …

How to create dump files remotely (ProcDump) using PowerShell?

Recently I had to create memory dump files for multiple remote servers. I found great tool called ProcDump on Microsoft page which can do it. Unfortunately it can’t be run remotely so I had to combine this tool features with PowerShell commands. ProcDump ProcDump is a command-line utility whose primary purpose is monitoring an application for CPU spikes and generating crash dumps during a spike that an administrator or developer …