This video demonstrates how to automatically sync Blob files in Azure Storage to a local file system. I show how to configure Event Grid to trigger a webhook that starts a runbook in Azure Automation when a new file is added to Azure Blob Storage. The Runbook runs on a Hybrid Worker and downloads the file from Azure Storage to a local file system.Continue reading “Copy Blob Files Local with Event Grid and Azure Automation”
Azure Automation is Microsoft’s cloud-hosted automation solution. It uses Python or PowerShell based scripts, referred to as runbooks, to launch automation jobs in Azure or on-premises. These runbooks are started in multiple ways. The information below details starting automation jobs with a webhook.Continue reading “Webhooks and Azure Automation Runbooks”
Today I am publishing a utility called PingTimeLog. The idea is simple; ping a group of servers and write the response time to Azure Log Analytics. This utility is intended to be run as a Runbook on an Azure Automation Hybrid Worker. Alternatively, it will run as a scheduled task on a server in your datacenter. The output is written to Azure Log Analytics as a custom Type, allowing users to plot response times in a time chart.