IT-Admins can automate with tools as PowerShell. With Azure Automation Accounts we get one step further: In this session Toni shows typical management and governance tasks automated with PowerShell scripts in a secure and automated way. Configure your runbooks in Azure Automation Accounts and secure, execute, schedule, and monitor your scripts in a controlled environment. If you are already a Powershell master, you will love Azure Automation Accounts and walk away with the wish to migrate your scripts instantly!
Toni Pohl is responsible for solutions development at atwork.at. He has worked as an independent IT expert and is experienced in implementing competently technical projects. Toni's passion is toward web technologies, IT-processes and Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Azure and he is blogging, writing and speaking at conferences such as Ignite and many more. Toni is recognized as a Microsoft MVP for Azure and Office Development.
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