Create An Azure SQL Database Instance From Powershell

Arun Sirpal walks through the steps of setting up an Azure SQL Database instance and database using Powershell:

What I have done here is hard-code three parameters ( database edition, start IP address and end IP address) which for my situation won’t change but I have given the ability to pass in the environment name, SQL Server name and database name.

So a prompt will be presented to the user – here you should enter the relevant details and click enter.

It’s not that difficult to do, and the scripts themselves are probably faster than fumbling around the UI.

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