I'm starting to look at the new Powershell cmdlets release with the June 2012 wave of changes and have a couple of questions.
1) Previously I was using the 'Get-OperationStatus -WaitToComplete' cmdlet to serialize operations that are normally async. I don't see an equivalent in the new cmdlets. How is this done?
2) The New-AzureDeployment cmdlet works differently in that it seems to require that the cspkg file already be in blob storage (even though cscfg is local). But what cmdlet do I use to get the cspkg file into blob storage? And why this change? I'd like
to be able to continue to specify both cspkg and cscfg as local files when I create a new deployment and have the cmdlet upload them for me.
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