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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 »

#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 »

Survey: PowerShell DSC Composite Resources

Survey: PowerShell DSC Composite Resources

While at the PowerShell Conference EU, we had some very good discussions around PowerShell and PowerShell DSC. A few questions came up about DSC composite resources and how they are… Read more »

How to add a new functionality to the Visual Studio Code PowerShell extension

How to add a new functionality to the Visual Studio Code PowerShell extension

Visual Studio Code is a free code editor redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications. It supports extensions for adding additional languages, themes, debuggers, commands,… Read more »

DevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: The Introduction

DevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: The Introduction

Posts in this seriesDevOps, Infrastructure as Code, and PowerShell DSC: The IntroductionDevOps is the new cool thing (at least in the Windows world) everyone is talking about and the IT… Read more »

PowerShell DSC Resources to Configure Switch Embedded Teaming and NAT Switch in Windows Server 2016

PowerShell DSC Resources to Configure Switch Embedded Teaming and NAT Switch in Windows Server 2016

Earlier this year, I released a bunch of DSC resources packaged as cHyper-V resource module. The resources are focused on configuring Hyper-V networking. For example, you can use the resources… Read more »

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