Incorporate MS Azure and Azure Resource Manager Actions into your automated provisioning workflows
Azure is Microsoft's cloud-based application platform for developing, managing, and hosting applications in the cloud. Azure consists of several components: the cloud operating system itself; SQL Azure, which provides database services in the cloud; and .NET services.
Azure Resource Manager enables you to work with the resources in your solution as a group. You can deploy, update, or delete all the resources for your solution in a single, coordinated operation.
The Action Pack for Microsoft Azure allows you to build visual workflows to fully automate all of your Azure services including managing Cloud Services, Virtual Machines, Storage Containers, Blob (Block) Storage, Deployments and Virtual Network Configurations. It also handles MS Azure Resource Manager so that you can deploy your applications as a whole using CA Automic Release Automation or CA Automic Service Orchestration.
- Ease the efforts of developers, application engineers, and system administrators to create, deploy, and run applications by automatically utilizing Azure services as part of deployment workflows or pre-approved, self-help runbooks
- Ship code and container as one coherent deployable package that can be automatically promoted from environment to environment
- Standardize an Azure best practice for application deployments and avoid expensive cloud sprawl
- Know what application is where - auto provision and deprovision containers
Action Pack version 1.0.2 - Actions included:
- Get Subscription Info Action
- Change Virtual Machine State
- Check Request Status Action
- Delete Azure Virtual Machine
- Create Storage Container Action
- Create Virtual Machine Deployment
- Delete Storage Container Action
- Create Cloud Service
- Put Blob
- Delete Blob
- Delete Cloud Service
- Set Virtual Network Configuration
- Create Deployment
- Delete Deployment
- Delete File
- Check the Azure Request Status
Action Pack version 2.0.0 - Added Actions for Azure Resource Manager:
- Get Access Token
- Create Resource Group
- Deploy to Resource Group
- Get Deployment Status
- List Resource Groups
- List Locations
- Actions for Azure run with an Agent for Windows or Unix.
- Actions for Azure Resource Manager run with an Agent for Webservices REST.
- The Action Pack requires some configuration parameters for the target Microsoft Azure instance. You may find help on the Microsoft web site: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-resource-manager/resource-group-create-service-principal-portal.
|Products||Continuous Delivery Automation, Service Orchestration, Automic Automation|
|Operating Systems||Linux, Windows, Windows|
|Last update||2019-02-21 15:04:31.0|