Starting July 2021, the Azure PowerShell team is making the following adjustments:
Starting July 2021, we will be releasing the PowerShell modules for Azure on the first Tuesday of each month.
We believe this rhythm is easier to remember for those who want to keep their systems up to date. We will still release critical updates out-of-band.
We have updated our milestones to match the month they belong and the associated release date on our GitHub repository: https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/milestones
Each Azure service has a PowerShell module that belongs to one of the following categories:
Preview modules had to be installed independently, which could quickly become cumbersome.
Starting July 2021, we are releasing two wrapper modules simultaneously:
We believe this will provide a more convenient mechanism to manage all Azure resources from PowerShell.
A complete list of modules included in AzPreview can be found here: https://github.com/Azure/azure-powershell/blob/main/documentation/azure-powershell-modules.md
Read more about our guiding principles regarding releases of the PowerShell modules for Azure: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-tools/azure-powershell-releases-demystified/ba-p/160986...
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