I’ve just recently begun releasing my new blog series on PowerShell.org – Using PowerShell, Azure Automation, and OMS. This series is designed to help you become familiar with using Microsoft’s Operations Management Suite’s alerting capability to trigger runbooks in Azure Automation. I highly encourage you to read through the series as it releases over the next couple of weeks.
Part I – Azure Automation Account Creation and Adding Modules – This article walks you through creating a new Azure Automation account and uploading your own custom modules to Azure for use in your on-prem and cloud-based solutions.
Part II – Configuring Azure Automation Runbooks And Understanding Webhook Data – Walks you through creating your first Azure Automation runbook and breaking down Operations Management Suite’s Webhook data.
Part III – Utilizing Webhook Data in Functions and Validate Results – Takes you through utilizing OMS Webhook data and passing it to your functions in Azure Automation to automatically remediate issues for you.
I’ll be updating the links here as the articles go live. I hope you enjoy the series!