Quickstart: Create a server - PowerShell
This quickstart describes using PowerShell from the command line to create an Azure Analysis Services server in your Azure subscription.
We recommend that you use the Azure Az PowerShell module to interact with Azure. See Install Azure PowerShell to get started. To learn how to migrate to the Az PowerShell module, see Migrate Azure PowerShell from AzureRM to Az.
- Azure subscription: Visit Azure Free Trial to create an account.
- Azure Active Directory: Your subscription must be associated with an Azure Active Directory tenant and you must have an account in that directory. To learn more, see Authentication and user permissions.
- Azure PowerShell. To find the installed version, run
Get-Module -ListAvailable Az. To install or upgrade, see Install Azure PowerShell module.
Import Az.AnalysisServices module
To create a server in your subscription, you use the Az.AnalysisServices module. Load the Az.AnalysisServices module into your PowerShell session.
Sign in to Azure
Sign in to your Azure subscription by using the Connect-AzAccount command. Follow the on-screen directions.
Create a resource group
An Azure resource group is a logical container where Azure resources are deployed and managed as a group. When you create your server, you must specify a resource group in your subscription. If you do not already have a resource group, you can create a new one by using the New-AzResourceGroup command. The following example creates a resource group named
myResourceGroup in the West US region.
New-AzResourceGroup -Name "myResourceGroup" -Location "WestUS"
Create a server
Create a new server by using the New-AzAnalysisServicesServer command. The following example creates a server named myServer in myResourceGroup, in the WestUS region, at the D1 (free) tier, and specifies email@example.com as a server administrator.
New-AzAnalysisServicesServer -ResourceGroupName "myResourceGroup" -Name "myserver" -Location WestUS -Sku D1 -Administrator "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Clean up resources
You can remove the server from your subscription by using the Remove-AzAnalysisServicesServer command. If you continue with other quickstarts and tutorials in this collection, do not remove your server. The following example removes the server created in the previous step.
Remove-AzAnalysisServicesServer -Name "myserver" -ResourceGroupName "myResourceGroup"
In this quickstart, you learned how to create a server in your Azure subscription by using PowerShell. Now that you have server, you can help secure it by configuring an (optional) server firewall. You can also add a basic sample data model to your server right from the portal. Having a sample model is helpful when learning about configuring model database roles and testing client connections. To learn more, continue to the tutorial for adding a sample model.