New Azure PowerShell module (AZ) has a cmdlet (Get-AzSubscription) to get list of all the Azure subscriptions. I did not find similar (Set-AzSubscription) cmdlet which I could have then used / piped along with Get-AzSubscription cmdlet to change active subscription. I have to rather use Set-AzContext cmdlet to do the same. Set-AzContext though does have its counterpart Get-AzContext to get current subscription information.
Point is every 'get' cmdlet should be paired with a 'set' cmdlet to make it easy for user to understand its purpose.11 votes
Azure Resource Group Visual Studio template generates Deploy-AzureResourceGroup.ps1 that relies on outdated PowerShell module - AzureRM. New module named AZ should be used.
Also, this script doesn't contain a #Requires -Modules instruction for non default modules, which leads to errors in the middle of script execution for those, who already migrated to AZ module.
"The existing AzureRM module will no longer receive new cmdlets or features."2 votes
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