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Real World Mobile DevOps with VSTS and App Center

Damian talks to James Montemagno about using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and App Center to manage your mobile application DevOps process. James explains how you can use both tools together, and shows us how the Xamarin team does DevOps ... continue reading
Docker CE for Windows10 Edge and #Kubernetes Feature Overview #Docker #Containers #DevOps

Docker CE for Windows10 Edge and #Kubernetes Feature Overview #Docker #Containers #DevOps

Docker CE for Windows is Docker designed to run on Windows 10. It is a native Windows application that provides an easy-to-use development environment for building, shipping, and running dockerized apps. Docker CE for Windows uses Windows-native Hyper-V virtualization and ... continue reading

Cross-platform PowerShell remoting in action

Summary: Learn how to configure and use cross-platform PowerShell remoting in PowerShell Core. I’m Christoph Bergmeister, a London-based full stack .NET software developer with a passion for DevOps. To enable product testing of .NET Core apps across non-Windows machines in ... continue reading

DSC Resource Naming Guidelines

When DSC was announced at TechEd 2013, one of the goals was to “Create an ecosystem”. The ecosystem for DSC has grown tremendously in the last 4 years. At worldwide events for PowerShell (PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit, PowerShell Conference ... continue reading
Monitoring Microsoft Azure Cloud Services and On-premises Datacenters #Azure #MSOMS #Cloud

Monitoring Microsoft Azure Cloud Services and On-premises Datacenters #Azure #MSOMS #Cloud

Microsoft Azure Monitor There are a range of tools for monitoring your Azure environment, from the application code running on Azure to the services and infrastructure hosting your application. These tools work together to offer comprehensive cloud monitoring and include: ... continue reading
Microsoft Azure #CloudShell Overview with #Bash CLI 2.0 and #Powershell #Azure #DevOps

Microsoft Azure #CloudShell Overview with #Bash CLI 2.0 and #Powershell #Azure #DevOps

Azure Powershell in the Portal Azure Cloud Shell is an interactive, browser-accessible shell for managing Azure resources. It gives you the flexibility of choosing the shell experience that best suits the way you work. Linux users can opt for a ... continue reading
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Getting Started with #Azure Data Science Virtual Machine on Windows 2016 #DSVM #winserv #VSTS #DevOps

The Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM) is a ‘Windows Server 2016 with Containers’ VM & includes popular tools for data exploration, analysis, modeling & development. Highlights: Microsoft R Server – Dev. Ed. (Scalable R) Anaconda Python SQL Server 2017 Dev ... continue reading
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Reverse Desired State Configuration: How it works

Nik Charlebois is a Premier Field Engineer based out of Canada. He is the author of several books on SharePoint automation, and he writes blog posts on a regular basis about all things PowerShell. You can find out more about ... continue reading
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Windows PowerShell and DSC on Linux in Microsoft Azure

Hello everyone! I’m Preston K. Parsard, Platforms PFE and I’d like to talk about running PowerShell and Desired State Configuration (DSC) on Linux in Microsoft Azure. Just in case you haven’t heard yet, PowerShell has been open sourced and released ... continue reading
Monitor Storage Spaces Direct Pool Capacity with PowerShell

Monitor Storage Spaces Direct Pool Capacity with PowerShell

This article provides PowerShell code and examples to analyze Windows Storage Spaces Direct pools and returns the current storage capacity, free space and other values including the amount of free space required to automatically rebuild a failed disk. Purpose Monitoring ... continue reading