This topic displays help topics for the Azure Compute Cmdlets.
Creates required files and folders for a Node.js application.
Creates the required files and folders for a Node.js application to be hosted in the cloud via node.exe
Creates the required files and configuration (sometimes referred to as scaffolding) for a PHP application.
Creates the required files and configuration (sometimes referred to as scaffolding) for a PHP application that will be hosted in Azure through php.exe.
Adds a web worker role.
Creates required files and configuration (sometimes referred to as scaffolding) for a custom worker role.
Disables Remote Desktop access to a cloud service.
Disables application diagnostics for an Azure website.
Disables the website's debugging
Enables remote desktop access to a cloud service.
Enables application diagnostics on an Azure website.
Enables the website's debug
Gets the available data center locations for the current Azure subscription.
Gets the available Azure Media Services accounts.
Gets Service bus authorization rules
Gets the location of the Service Bus.
Gets the namespace.
Gets scheduler job collections.
Gets history for a scheduler job.
Gets a list of scheduler jobs or a particular scheduler job.
Gets available scheduler locations.
Get the runtimes available to install in a role.
Gets the available Azure Store add-ons.
Gets metrics for Azure website hosting plans.
Gets Azure web hosting plans in the current subscription.
Gets the deployments for a website.
Gets a web job history
Gets the web jobs associated with a website
Gets all available website locations.
Gets logs for the specified website.
Gets metrics for the Azure website in the current subscription.
Gets Azure websites in the current subscription.
Gets operating system disk objects for virtual machines.
Gets size profile objects.
Gets virtual machine templates.
Gets virtual machine objects.
Creates a new Azure Media Services account.
Updates Azure Media Services account keys.
Creates web and worker role templates.
Creates new Service Bus authorization rule
Creates a namespace.
Creates a scheduler job that has an HTTP action.
Creates a scheduler job collection.
Creates a scheduler job that has a Storage action.
Creates the required files and configuration (sometimes referred to as scaffolding) for a new service.
Buys a new add-on instance.
Creates new web job for a website
Create a new website to run in Azure.
Creates a virtual machine based on a template.
Creates a virtual machine.
Publish the current service to Windows Azure.
Publish a Visual Studio web project to a Microsoft Azure web site using WebDeploy.
Removes the specified Azure Media Services account.
Removes existing Service Bus authorization rule
Removes a namespace.
Deletes a scheduler job collection.
Deletes a scheduler job.
Removes the current cloud service.
Removes an existing add-on instance.
Removes an existing web job for a website
Removes the specified website from Azure.
Removes virtual machine objects.
Stops and then restarts the specified website.
Restarts virtual machines.
Redeploys a previous deployment of a website in Azure.
Resumes paused virtual machines.
Packages the service project into Azure cloud package (*.cspkg).
Downloads and saves the logs for a specified website.
Updates existing Service Bus authorization rule
Updates a scheduler job that has an HTTP action.
Updates a scheduler job collection.
Updates a scheduler job that has a storage action.
Sets the number of instances or the runtime version of a role.
Sets default location, subscription, slot, and storage account for the current service
Updates an existing add-on instance.
Configures a website running in Azure.
Changes the size properties of a virtual machine.
Show the Azure Management Portal.
Opens a browser on a specified website.
Starts the compute and storage emulators.
Starts the specified hosted service in Windows Azure.
Starts a web job for a website
Starts the specified website.
Starts a virtual machine.
Stops the compute emulator.
Stops the current hosted service.
Stops a web job for a website
Stops the specified website.
Stops a virtual machine.
Suspends a virtual machine.
Swaps the production slot for a website with another slot.
Tests whether a Microsoft Azure cloud service name, storage service name or service bus namespace name exists or not.
Update the remote repositories of a local git repository for all the slots