Breaking Down / Splitting Large CSV Files with PowerShell

Handling large CSV files efficiently is a common challenge for data analysts and IT professionals alike. Manipulating such files can be time-consuming and resource-intensive, often resulting in performance issues. In this blog post, we will explore a PowerShell script that helps break down large CSV files into smaller, more manageable chunks. By leveraging PowerShell’s capabilities, … Read more

Identifying Unused Azure Resources in Your Subscription with PowerShell

In any Azure subscription, over time, you may accumulate a variety of resources that are no longer actively being used. These unused resources can contribute to unnecessary costs and clutter in your environment. To optimize your Azure infrastructure, it’s essential to identify and manage these resources efficiently. In this blog post, we’ll explore how you … Read more

Restart Azure VM with PowerShell and Service Principle

Make sure to replace the placeholders (YOUR_TENANT_ID, YOUR_CLIENT_ID, YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET, YOUR_SUBSCRIPTION_ID, YOUR_RESOURCE_GROUP_NAME,YOUR_VM_’NAME) with your actual values. This script first authenticates with Azure using the provided service principal credentials ($tenantId, $clientId, $clientSecret). Then it connects to the Azure account using the service principal credentials. After successful authentication, the script restarts the specified virtual machine ($vmName) in the … Read more