Powershell – Generate Azure Inventory

As with any managed services or infrastructure services projects, maintaining the server inventory is very crucial. The server-inventory-file provides a one-stop checklist, that you can refer while you are on priority 1 bridge calls.

With a traditional data center, it is easy to maintain server/infra inventory on an excel sheet. But it is not the same as the cloud because the infrastructure is so dynamic.

The only solution to this problem is Automation. I have written a PowerShell script just to do that.

The script produces a CSV file for individual services inside individual subscription’s folder.

DESCRIPTION:

This script will pull the infrastructure details of the Azure subscriptions. Details will be stored under the folder “c:\AzureInventory”. If you have multiple subscriptions, a separate folder will be created for individual subscription. CSV files will be created for individual services (Virtual Machines, NSG rules, Storage Account, Virtual Networks, Azure Load Balancers) inside the subscription’s directory

Below is the link to the script:

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Azure-Inventory-using-3db0f658?redir=0

Below are the links to:

AWS IaaS Inventory

Azure PaaS Inventory

Click here to download my PowerShell scripts for Free !!

11 comments

  1. Hi Manjunath,

    Script is very good. We need in virtual machine worksheet Virtual machine running status can you please add and republish the script.

    Thanks,
    Sheikvara

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  2. Hi,

    I am getting error
    login-azurermaccount : The term ‘login-azurermaccount’ is not recognized as
    the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the
    spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is
    correct and try again.
    Can you suggest why this error and which version of powershell this script support

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  3. Hi
    My am getting error,

    login-azurermaccount : The term ‘login-azurermaccount’ is not recognized as
    the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the
    spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is
    correct and try again.
    Please suggest and also let me know which version of Powershell is support

    Like

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