Force all outbound traffic from Azure Function trough Firewall

I assume that you have a HUB/Spoke design where there is a route table, that has a default route that points all traffic to the Firewall in the hub.

On the Function App you deploy in a spoke, you need to configure outbound network integration.

It is important to enable: “Outbound internet traffic”

The configuration on the Function App needs the setting: “vnetRouteAllEnabled” = 1

Azure function that returns HTTP status code and text string

using namespace System.Net

# Input bindings are passed in via param block.
param($Request, $TriggerMetadata)
$body = "<html><body>"

# Write to the Azure Functions log stream.
Write-Host "PowerShell HTTP trigger function processed a request."

# Interact with query parameters or the body of the request.
$InputString += $Request.Query.TextString
if ($InputString -eq $null) {$InputString = "Default string"}
$body += $InputString

$body += "<br><p>Version: 11</p>"
$body += "</body></html>"

$statusCode = $Request.Query.StatusCode
if ($statusCode -eq $null) {$statusCode = "OK"}

# Associate values to output bindings by calling 'Push-OutputBinding'.
Push-OutputBinding -Name Response -Value ([HttpResponseContext]@{
    StatusCode = [HttpStatusCode]::$statusCode
    ContentType = "text/html"
    Body = $body

New-AzSubscriptionAlias fails

When using the PowerShell command New-AzSubscriptionAlias it might fail with errors not saying what the real issue is

Errors like: “InvalidManagementGroupId” and “Subscription creation failed since provided management group id is not valid” could suggest that the ID is wrong.

But the reason can actually be that the account that PowerShell is running in context of, is missing the right: “Management Group Contributor” on the management group.

Get Azure cost for subscription including marketplace expenses with PowerShell

This will get last month consumption for a subscription including the money spend on marketplace.

$subscriptioname = "CHANGETHIS"
$roundDecimals = 2
$lastMonthBilling = (Get-Date).AddMonths(-1).ToString('yyyyMM')

# Set context to subscription
Set-azcontext -SubscriptionName $subscriptioname

# Get billing period
$BillingPeriod = Get-AzBillingPeriod -Name $lastMonthBilling
$startDate = $BillingPeriod.BillingPeriodStartDate.ToString("dd-MM-yyyy")
$endDate = $BillingPeriod.BillingPeriodEndDate.ToString("dd-MM-yyyy")

# Collect cost data
$currentCost = Get-AzConsumptionUsageDetail -StartDate $startDate -EndDate $endDate 
$currentCost += Get-AzConsumptionMarketplace -StartDate $startDate -EndDate $endDate

# Write output to screen
Write-Host "Current Cost of Subscription" (Get-AzContext).Subscription.Name ":" ([math]::Round(($currentCost | Measure-Object -Property PretaxCost -Sum).sum,$roundDecimals))

Get all subscriptions recursive from management groups with PowerShell

$topLvlMgmtGrp = "CHANGETHIS"          # Name of the top level management group
$subscriptions = @()                   # Output array

# Collect data from managementgroups
$mgmtGroups = Get-AzManagementGroup -GroupId $topLvlMgmtGrp -Expand -Recurse

$children = $true
while ($children) {
    $children = $false
    $firstrun = $true
    foreach ($entry in $mgmtGroups) {
        if ($firstrun) {Clear-Variable mgmtGroups ; $firstrun = $false}
        if ($entry.Children.length -gt 0) {
            # Add management group to data that is being looped throught
            $children       = $true
            $mgmtGroups    += $entry.Children
        else {
            # Add subscription to output object
            $subscriptions += New-Object -TypeName psobject -Property ([ordered]@{'DisplayName'=$entry.DisplayName;'SubscriptionID'=$entry.Name})