Overview of the AzureRM PowerShell module
Because Az PowerShell modules now have all the capabilities of AzureRM PowerShell modules and more, we'll retire AzureRM PowerShell modules on 29 February 2024.
To avoid service interruptions, update your scripts that use AzureRM PowerShell modules to use Az PowerShell modules by 29 February 2024. To automatically update your scripts, follow the quickstart guide.
Azure PowerShell provides a set of cmdlets that use the Azure Resource Manager model for managing your Azure resources. You can use it in your browser with Azure Cloud Shell, or you can install it on your local machine and use it in any PowerShell session.
Use the Cloud Shell to run the Azure PowerShell in your browser, or install it on own computer. Then read the Get Started article to begin using it. For information about the latest release, see the release notes.
The following samples can help you learn how to perform common scenarios with Azure PowerShell:
Learn PowerShell basics
If you are unfamiliar with PowerShell, you may find an introduction to PowerShell helpful.
You can also watch this video: PowerShell Basics: (Part 1) Getting Started with PowerShell.