You can follow the below instruction.
- Log in to the Azure Portal (https://portal.azure.com/).
- Once you have logged in to the Azure Portal, click on the Cloud Shell button from the top right as highlighted below.
- Now, You can use the below script to start the Azure SQL Database for MySQL using Azure CLI.
az mysql server start –name <Your server-name -g <Your resource-group-name
az mysql server start –name demotestdb12 -g Demo123
Here, demotestdb12 is the name of my Azure SQL Database for MySQL server name and Demo123 is the name of the resource group.
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The Start/Stop VMs during off-hours feature start or stops enabled Azure VMs. It starts or stops machines on user-defined schedules, provides insights through Azure Monitor logs, and sends optional emails by using action groups.
The feature can be enabled on both Azure Resource Manager and classic VMs for most scenarios.
Before you install this version (v1), we would like you to know about the next version, which is in preview right now. This new version (v2) offers all the same functionality as this one, but is designed to take advantage of newer technology in Azure.
Those are as belowAutoscaling Capability
It automatically scales the compute resources based on the workload or demand that intern improves the performance.
Best Memory Management
In case of serverless database, the memory recovers frequently that helps to control the cost. Manages the memory properly with the help of Cache reclamation and Cache hydration.
Auto-pausing is another very important feature of serverless database.
If it will find the number of sessions = 0 and the CPU usage = 0 for the user workload that is running in the user pool.
On the Start/Stop VM page, select Manage the solution under Manage Start/Stop VM Solutions.
Navigate to the Log Analytics workspace linked to your Automation account. After after selecting the workspace, choose Solutions from the left pane.
On the Solutions page, select Start-Stop-VM[workspace] from the list.
Selecting the feature displays the Start-Stop-VM[workspace] page. Here you can review important details, such as the information in the StartStopVM tile.
As in your Log Analytics workspace, this tile displays a count and a graphical representation of the runbook jobs for the feature that have started and have finished successfully.
You can perform further analysis of the job records by clicking the donut tile.
You can enable the accelerated networking option on the existing virtual machine but the prerequisites are The virtual machine must be a supported size for accelerated networking.
Follow the below steps
We must first stop or deallocate the VM for which you want to enable the accelerated networking option.
Stop-AzVM -ResourceGroup “newresgroup” -Name “MyNewVM”
You can enable accelerated networking option on the NIC of your VM
$mynic = Get-AzNetworkInterface -ResourceGroupName “newresgroup” -Name “mynewvm843NIC” $mynic.EnableAcceleratedNetworking = $true $mynic | Set-AzNetworkInterface
Now you can restart your virtual machine using the below command.
This article was recently updated to use the term Azure Monitor logs instead of Log Analytics.
Log data is still stored in a Log Analytics workspace and is still collected and analyzed by the same Log Analytics service. We are updating the terminology to better reflect the role of logs in Azure Monitor.
See Azure Monitor terminology changes for details.
View the feature
Use one of the following mechanisms to access the enabled feature:
From your Automation account, select Start/Stop VM under Related Resources.
Come to the cloud, it has consumption-based billing! But what does that mean, exactly? Is my virtual machine free if it is shut down? Let’s explore the billing components of an Azure Virtual Machine.
Resources in Azure all have particular cost meters and charging methods. Each product page details what those are. For consumption-based billing, you need to broaden your perception of what the word “consumption” means. You might think you’re not consuming the services of a virtual machine if it is shut down, but it is a little more comprehensive than that.
Azure Virtual Machine components
When you create a Windows Virtual Machine in Azure, you don’t get just one resource.
When it comes to paying for what you use, that means paying 24 by 7 for that server, but the question is: do you really need that server 24 by 7? Could you cope with that server shut down the rest of the time?
Shut down Azure IaaS VMs to save big
The best way to think of this is impact and ask the question: will anybody or anything be impacted if this is turned off at certain times? Don’t limit yourself to thinking that this can only be applied to test and development environments either. It’s entirely plausible that this could be applied to production environments.
If your employees work 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Now, On the Azure Database for MySQL server page, on the Overview tab, click on the Start button to start the Azure Database for My SQL server.
5. On the Start server pop-up, click on the Yes button for the confirmation to start the Azure Database for My SQL server.
Well, it will take a few seconds and will show you a message that Successfully started the MySQL Server as shown below.
How To Start Azure SQL Database for MySQL Using Azure CLI
Well, you can use the below quick steps to start Azure SQL Database for My SQL server by using Azure CLI.
You can also configure to send notification to your webhook URL 15 minutes before auto-shutdown. This post illustrates how you can set up an Azure logic app to send auto-shutdown notification .
Azure Automation with Power Shell
Azure automation by creating a PowerShell script which reads from the Azure metrics API. For more details see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/automation/automation-scenario-start-stop-vm-wjson-tags … At some point you would call the Virtual Machines API at the right time (and optionally send a notification) https://codehollow.com/2016/07/automatically-shutdown-virtual-machines-azure/
Using 3rd party software such as VMPower . It allows you to set Azure VMs to shutdown based on CPU, Disk, and Network utilization average or maximum values.
You can use these elements to tailor the startup and shutdown of your VMs to suit your business needs.
The following table lists the runbooks that the feature deploys to your Automation account. Do NOT make changes to the runbook code. Instead, write your own runbook for new functionality.
Don’t directly run any runbook with child appended to its name.
All parent runbooks include the WhatIf parameter.
When set to True, the parameter supports detailing the exact behavior the runbook takes when run without the parameter and validates that the correct VMs are targeted. A runbook only performs its defined actions when the WhatIf parameter is set to False.
RunbookParametersDescriptionAutoStop_CreateAlert_ChildVMObject AlertAction WebHookURICalled from the parent runbook.