Creating Azure Usage and Quota Report Using PowerShell


write-host "

This script, based on the original script published in the article,

Report Azure resource usage with PowerShell
https://4sysops.com/archives/report-azure-resource-usage-with-powershell/,

displays interactively the Azure compute, storage, 
and network quota and usage of an examined region relevant to 
an Azure subscription. It also generates a text file accordingly. 

© 2020 Yung Chou. All Rights Reserved.

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#region [Customization]

$region="uksouth"

#endregion

Connect-AzAccount

#region [Needed only if an account owns multiple subscriptions]

# Set the context for subsequent operations
$context = (Get-AzSubscription | Out-GridView -Title 'Set subscription context' -PassThru)
Set-AzContext -Subscription $context | Out-Null
write-host "Azure context set for the subscription, `n$((Get-AzContext).Name)" -f green

#endregion

#region [DO NOT CHANGE]

($vm = Get-AzVMUsage -Location $region `
| select @{label='ResourceType';expression={$_.name.LocalizedValue}}, currentvalue, limit) `
| Out-GridView -Title "Azure $region Region Compute Quota & Usage"

($storage = Get-AzStorageUsage -Location $region `
| select @{label='ResourceType';expression={$_.name}}, currentvalue, limit) `
| Out-GridView -Title "Azure $region Region Storage Account Quota & Usage"

($network = Get-AzNetworkUsage -Location $region `
| select @{label='ResourceType';expression={$_.resourcetype}}, currentvalue, limit) `
| Out-GridView -Title "Azure $region Network Quota & Usage"

$when=get-date -format 'yyyyMMdd-hhmm'

($usage = @("Azure $region Region Quota and usage, as of $when",$vm,"`n",$storage,"`n",$network) | ft) `
>> "usage-$region-$when.txt"

#endregion [DO NTO CHANGE]