Azure Tip : Start/Stop all VMs in a Resource Group with PowerShell/Bash

There are cases if you want to start/stop all VMs in particular resource group in parallel within Azure. You can set it up with Automation using Scheduled actions. Other way which you can do by using PowerShell or Azure CLI

If you are using PowerShell, simply you can do

Get-AzVm -ResourceGroupName 'MyResourceGroup' | Start-AzVM

If you are using Azure CLI/Bash

az vm start --ids $(az vm list -g MyResourceGroup --query "[].id" -o tsv)

Where MyResourceGroup is the name of your ResourceGroup. Happy Azurifying!

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