Start & Stop Virtual Machines with Logic Apps
Allow logic apps to turn off and turn on Azure Virtual Machines.
Enabling this scenario is under way.
Laveesh Bansal (Azure Logic Apps team) commented
We have deployed connectors for managing Azure VMs and Azure App services. Please give it a try and let us know your feedback.
Thank you for your patience.
Azure Logic Apps team
Tord Nordahl commented
Any update on this?
aug 28 '19 - any update on this ?
It is now May 2019 and I don't see a simple way to schedule the restart of a Web App or VM?
Chris Cochrun commented
This is still not done. What does started mean to you guys?
Hi, I have solved this differently, although a bit more work. First created automation accounts to start/stop a machine. Then created Microsoft flows to trigger such automation accounts. And finally just created a small powerapp that includes buttons to kickoff the flows.
Works well! Only missing part for me is that I would like to get status info back from Azure portal about the actual state of a VM (also for monitoring)
Brandon H commented
1yr ago it was "underway".. status?
Edward Snugglecakes Van Helgen commented
it's been quite a while, how's the progress on this logic app request? many of my clients are keen to start VMs with x Tag, check status/progress, and send an email if VM-x fails to start.
Sounds good - doesn't work.. =))
Cannot set "Short Resource Id" value correctly
Seems like I've just found how to do it.
Use Azure Resource Manager action + virtual machine REST API
But I think it is easier to add simple action to restart concrete VM or may be VMs list filtered by name from a provided resource group
I agree, it could be really useful to be able to restart a VM from logic app.
I use App Insights alert trigger and I was planning to improve the resilience of a service (hosted on VM) with such a simple method and just found it is not possible :)
Any update on this feature?