In this article we will invoke the Azure Function using Microsoft Flow and create a Microsoft Flow that automates conversions using the Muhimbi PDF Converter Service Azure Function.
PowerShell is the language of choice system administrators and power-users. With the introduction of PowerShell is Azure function, we(I was a server admin) can now host and run your PowerShell code serverless, just like all those developers do! Its that Super Cool!!!
In this article, we will utilise the Muhimbi Conversion Service Online REST API using PowerShell "Invoke-WebRequest" built in PowerShell Cmdlet to Convert File to PDF,
Ever since Microsoft released FLOW, I have been a great admirer of the product. It's really a bliss for SharePoint Power users. It helps them automate their daily activities without involving the development Team. With introduction of FLOW, everything was working great. We ❤ FLOW. One fine day LINDA(Power-user) walks up to me and tell me … Continue reading Create a folder in “SharePoint Online\OneDrive for Business” using Microsoft Flow and Azure Functions
In the world of cloud the most commonly used resource is "Storage" and BLOB storage is most widely used and have many practical uses, i.e. you can store Virtual Machines, logs, backups etc. Blobs can further be divided into Page Blob and Block Blob. A single "Page Blob" can be as big as 1TB and … Continue reading Managing Blobs within an AzureRm Storage Account with PowerShell
Changing the VM size is straight forward, you can change the size of a Azure virtual machine by using either the Azure Management Portal or PowerShell commands. However we often come across a strange yet descriptive error message. i.e. " Storage account of type "Premium_LRS" is not support for VM size "Standard". Let's have a … Continue reading Resize Azure virtual machine