Bringing Hump Completion to PowerShell

It can be fun when ideas from different areas combine! I’ve spent quite a lot of time recently working with Azure Resource Manager templates, and the associated PowerShell cmdlets. There are a lot of these cmdlets and the team has done a great job of giving them logical and descriptive names. The result is that…


Easily checking Azure Resource Manager deployment status from bash with the Azure CLI

If you’re working with Azure Resource Manager templates on OSX/Linux then there’s a strong probability that you’re using the Azure CLI to deploy them. The CLI works on Windows as well, but if you prefer a PowerShell version of this post then see http://blogs.msdn.com/b/stuartleeks/archive/2015/11/25/easily-checking-azure-resource-manager-deployment-status-from-powershell.aspx. I’ve had a couple of mini-scripts that I’ve found myself using…


Easily checking Azure Resource Manager deployment status from PowerShell

If you’re working with Azure Resource Manager templates on Windows then there’s a strong possibility that you’re using the Azure PowerShell cmdlets to deploy them. Note that if you’re on OSX/Linux you can use the Azure CLI. Oh, and it works on Windows as well! For an Azure CLI version of this post see http://blogs.msdn.com/b/stuartleeks/archive/2015/11/26/easily-checking-azure-resource-manager-deployment-status-from-bash-with-the-azure-cli.aspx…