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Deploy .Net Core Console Application based Azure WebJob using PowerShell

In this tutorial, We are going to see how to deploy an Azure WebJob which is based out of an .Net Core Console Application using PowerShell. At this point of time there is no built-in support in Visual Studio to deploy .Net Core based application as an Azure WebJob. We can either deploy the WebJob directly at Azure Portal (which is straight forward) or by using PowerShell. We are going to use combination of PowerShell and Azure Cmdlets to deploy the WebJob.

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Enable and retrieve AzureWebsite Diagnostics logs using PowerShell

In this article, I am going to show how to enable AzureWebsite diagnostic logs using PowerShell. An AzureWebsite supports both Web Server logs and custom application logs. We can identify IIS level request and response information using Web Server logs. Using custom application logs, we can write custom trace messages to track the code flow. We are also going to see how to retrieve these logs for a particular AzureWebsite using PowerShell.

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Create/Publish/Delete AzureWebsites using Azure PowerShell

In this short tutorial, I am going to narrate step by step process on how to create an AzureWebsite and publish a Visual Studio 2013 ASP.Net MVC Website using Microsoft Azure PowerShell. Even though we can perform the same operations from Azure Management Portal (and also through Visual Studio), we get more flexibility and control while automating deployment and maintenance tasks from PowerShell. One can create simple scripts which can perform end to end deployment activity (a deployment is not just deploying website, it usually involves creating Databases, Users etc.,).

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JumpStart # 37– Get the list of all AzureWebsites Cmdlets

In this short jumpstart, I am going to show how to get list of all AzureWebsites Cmdlets from latest Microsoft Azure PowerShell – May 2015 release. This jumpstart is the starting point of series of blog posts which will narrate different automation techniques involved around AzureWebsites. As the first step, we get list of AzureWebsites cmdlets and keep them as a reference.