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PSRemotely – Authoring workflow (Part 1)

PSRemotely – Authoring workflow (Part 1)

Introduction After setting up the context in the previous post, it is time to look at how the authoring workflow looks like when using Pester for writing operations validation tests, to… Read more »

Infrastructure Blueprints – Adding Pre-deployment Validations

Infrastructure Blueprints – Adding Pre-deployment Validations

In one of my earlier articles here, I wrote about the Infrastructure Blueprints project. Over the weekend, I published an update this project. Renamed Hyper-VConfigurations composite resource module to HyperVConfigurations…. Read more »

Discover and Package Dependent Resource Modules for a #PSDSC Configuration

Discover and Package Dependent Resource Modules for a #PSDSC Configuration

If you have ever used the Publish-AzureRmVMDscConfiguration cmdlet in the Azure PowerShell tools, you may know already that this command discovers module dependencies for a configuration and packages all dependencies… Read more »

Cisco UCS Custom Resource for the Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC)

Cisco UCS Custom Resource for the Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC)

The Cisco UCS PowerTool Suite is a set of PowerShell modules for Cisco UCS Manager, Cisco IMC (C-Series stand-alone servers) and Cisco UCS Central that helps in configuration and management… Read more »

#PSDSC Doing It Right – Configuration vs Orchestration

#PSDSC Doing It Right – Configuration vs Orchestration

In the last part of this series, we looked at why resource granularity is important. In this part, we will see the difference between configuration items and orchestration steps. When… Read more »

#PSDSC Doing It Right – Resource Granularity

#PSDSC Doing It Right – Resource Granularity

This is the first article in the #PSDSC Doing It Right series. This series of articles will introduce you to some of the best practices we have learned through some… Read more »

Working with binary files in PowerShell

Working with binary files in PowerShell

This article is co-authored by Jan Egil Ring and Øyvind Kallstad. In this article, we will look at how binary files can be interpreted in PowerShell by looking at a… Read more »

Infrastructure Blueprints – An Easier and Better Way to Share #PSDSC Configurations

Infrastructure Blueprints – An Easier and Better Way to Share #PSDSC Configurations

A while ago, I wrote an article to introduce Infrastructure Blueprints. Today’s post is about a more refined version of that project. These infrastructure blueprints are the starting point for… Read more »

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