In this session, Frank is converting Azure Subscription Cleaner (AzSubscriptionCleaner) to serverless using the Azure Function. Things are going pretty smoothly.
- 00:00:01 - Bonjour, Hi!
- 00:01:05 - Update on streaming setup, dropped frames
- 00:02:16 - Introducing the Azure PowerTools (before AzSubscriptionCleaner was on is own)
- 00:12:34 - Experiencing with PowerShell Azure Function
- 01:01:18 - Migrating the code in a new project AzSubscriptionCleaner
- 01:25:14 - Quickly (too quickly, as we will see next stream), create the deployment ARM template.
- 01:38:21 - Searching how to add tags to a specific resource in PowerShell
- 01:55:01 - Wrapping up, updating all git and stuff
- Can it easily be done with Azure Function instead of Automation?
- Create an easy way to add tags
- Sent notification with list of expired resources
- capture any errors that might happen
- when you function will execute what identity will it use to list your resources ? (@Lanwalker2)
- improve the ReamMe file (like a lot)
Streams Notes/ Snipets/ Shared urls
This query return the resources that are expired
az graph query -q ‘where todatetime(tags.expireOn) > now() project name, type, expireOn=tostring(tags.expireOn) limit 5’
GitHub Project: https://github.com/FBoucher/AzurePowerTools