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Brown, Thomas W commented
All report views on the Azure portal must have sortable column headings, and ideally should include the ability to export at least to CSV format, and optionally PDF. These features are currently either non-existent or inconsistently implemented across the platform, and is one of the most frustrating aspects of doing business in Azure at scale.
When i click "download as CSV" , time stamp seems to be differ when compared with portal. If i export a activity log , time stamp in portal showing one time and the downloaded csv report is showing different time.
May i know the reason for this.
where is that "Export to CSV" button, I don't see it in my azure portal
It is now over 1 year since the product manager responded, and there still isn't an export to CSV on the Azure Portal Virtual Machines blade.
Dillon Bomar commented
Requesting to add "Export to .CSV" option/button in VM and Network Interface blades to allow easy gathering/reporting of VM names, statuses, IPs, etc.
Requesting the same for the Network Interfaces blade to quickly get a report with NIC name, Vnet, Machine attached, IPs, etc.
This option is available in the "All Resources" blade, however, the information available there is extremely minimal and doesn't include much of the desired data beyond the resource names.
how to export the status of azure vm from azure portal. I want to filter out running and stopped VMs. Will be helpful, if it could be exported to excel.
Option to export "Virtual Machines:" would have definitely made a difference as there we can have information about OS, IP, size, etc
Kunal Chandratre commented
For now you can use below sample to export list of Azure VMs to CSV - https://sanganakauthority.blogspot.com/2019/09/azure-vms-export-to-csv.html
Auri Rahimzadeh commented
Awesome, much appreciated. Even in All Resources it's useful. Pricing tier would be phenomenal.
Jay Graves commented
Really need ability to get pricing tier as well for SQL Databases
I like AWS commented
Looks nice... but is not enabled on "Virtual Machines", there we can have information about OS, IP, size.. a lot more.
Have spent 3 hours today in Azure CLI trying to accomplish what should be the most simplest, basic task of getting a list of VMs into a file. Just simply trying to list all VMs (of certain OS type like Linux), showing the Name (host name), Resource Group name, and private IP address. Wow!!!!
But i cannot export the List of Key vaults and its resource type under each subscription... Any options ???
Greg Ramey commented
A very good start....Let's get it added to more pages.
Kenneth Bohn commented
It seems like such a basic feature. I'm surprised it doesn't already exist. I would really love to be able to export a full list of table data from the portal into .csv or any other format really.
It is really tough to simply dump a view into CSV file, for example, when looking at a list of people in Active Directory. A simple export button would be very useful.
I would love it as well and additionally would love if Azure should show the powershell (or other) script to product the same output as I see on the portal. This feature is available on some product, found on Veritas Volume Manager UI at first around 20 years ago and very powerful for automate and speed the automation.
Frans Rots commented
This enhancement will be very useful to provide information to persons that do not have access to Azure themselves
Please add this feature!
I had a requirement to gather details about all Azure VM's and resources of all azure subscriptions we own . I could not find an option in Azure portal to do it, I had to find a power-shell script (https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/tomholl/2016/11/22/dumping-details-of-azure-virtual-machines-to-csvexcel/) to do it, which pull out following details
Deployment model (ARM or Classic)
Resource Group Name (ARM) or Cloud Service Name (Classic)
So I thought it would be great to have an option to export all Azure resources and its association to an excel sheet or csv.