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Triggering Azure Automation runbooks from Microsoft OMS Alerts

Triggering Azure Automation runbooks from Microsoft OMS Alerts

Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) is an IT management solution for the era of the cloud. OMS extends System Center IT management to the cloud, enabling greater control, visibility and… Read more »

#PSTip Download and install Sysinternals Suite for Nano Server

#PSTip Download and install Sysinternals Suite for Nano Server

The Sysinternals Suite, which contains many tools an IT Professional should have in the tool belt, is now available for Nano Server. Traditionally the tools have been packaged as 32-bit… Read more »

Build Your Visual Studio Code Development Environment Using PowerShell DSC

Build Your Visual Studio Code Development Environment Using PowerShell DSC

I keep re-building my lab machines and in the process I rebuild my development virtual machines. One of the items that gets reinstalled all the time is Visual Studio Code… Read more »

DevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: Infrastructure Blueprints

DevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: Infrastructure Blueprints

This part of the series is long due after the first post on DevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC. Thanks to PowerShell Conference Europe, I was able to complete… Read more »

From PSConfEU 2016 – Session Recordings

From PSConfEU 2016 – Session Recordings

Session recordings – both videos and screencasts – from PowerShell Conference Europe 2016 are now available. It may be a couple of days before all sessions appear in the playlist…. Read more »

From #PSConfEU 2016 – A Conversation with Jeffrey Snover

From #PSConfEU 2016 – A Conversation with Jeffrey Snover

This post is a bit delayed, but PowerShell Conference Europe 2016 was a blast. It’s a true global conference with both attendees and speakers from four different continents. I had… Read more »

#PSTip Convert PowerShell Data File to an Object

#PSTip Convert PowerShell Data File to an Object

Note: This tip requires PowerShell 4.0 or later. Before PowerShell 4.0, if we had to convert the hash table in a PSD1 file into an object representation, we either used… Read more »

PowerShell Location Bookmark for Easy and Faster Navigation

PowerShell Location Bookmark for Easy and Faster Navigation

I work at the command line most of the time and sometimes I find moving to certain folders very tedious and requires lot of typing (even with tab-completion). For example, one of… Read more »

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