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Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource: PowerShell Module Usage

Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource: PowerShell Module Usage

In this series, Part 1 – Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource: Introduction Part 2 – Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource:… Read more »

Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource: Introduction

Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource: Introduction

In this series, Part 1 – Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource: Introduction (this article) Part 2 – Journey to a Windows Azure Pack VM Role DSC Resource:… Read more »

Git for IT Professionals: Life Cycle of Repository Files

Git for IT Professionals: Life Cycle of Repository Files

In this series so far, Part 1 – Git for IT Professionals: Getting Started Part 2 – Git for IT Professionals: Working with Repositories Part 3 – Git for IT… Read more »

Git for IT Professionals: Working with Repositories

Git for IT Professionals: Working with Repositories

In this series so far: Part 1 – Git for IT Professionals: Getting Started Part 2 – Git for IT Professionals: Working with Repositories (this article) Part 3 – Git… Read more »

Git for IT Professionals: Getting Started

Git for IT Professionals: Getting Started

In this series so far: Part 1 – Git for IT Professionals: Getting Started (this article) Part 2 – Git for IT Professionals: Working with Repositories Part 3 – Git for… Read more »

PowerShell DSC for Linux: Pull Server

PowerShell DSC for Linux: Pull Server

Initial release of PowerShell DSC for Linux had one big gap: it supported only pushing the configuration to the node. And even though this mode is good enough for demos… Read more »

PowerShell DSC for Linux: Resources

PowerShell DSC for Linux: Resources

New version of PowerShell DSC for Linux doubled the number of resources available. Initial batch in CTP covered basics: nxUser to create and manage users, nxGroup to define groups and… Read more »

Eliminating Redundant Code by Writing Reusable DSC Configurations

Eliminating Redundant Code by Writing Reusable DSC Configurations

Both PowerShell and DSC (Desired State Configuration) are designed for efficiency through automation. If you’re not careful though, you’ll find yourself bringing the bad habit of repeating yourself performing the… Read more »

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