DevOps Posts

Day 28–Let’s Integrate System Center Service Manager and Team Foundation Server

Welcome to Day 28 of the “100 Days of DevOps with PowerShell”! For background on our goals in this series, see Announcing the “100 Days of Devops with PowerShell” Series here at SCC. In my previous posts, I’ve discussed how to use PowerShell to create work items in both Team Foundation Server and System Center […]

Day 24: ITIL-integrated DevOps with the SMLets

Welcome to Day 24 of the “100 Days of DevOps with PowerShell”! For background on our goals in this series, see Announcing the “100 Days of Devops with PowerShell” Series here at SCC. If this is the first time you are viewing an article of the series and you are new to DevOps and PowerShell […]

Day 22: Managing Linux Users and Groups using PowerShell DSC

As I mentioned in last week’s article, Day 17: Managing Linux Files using PowerShell DSC, this week we’ll be discussing how to manage Linux Users and Groups in Ubuntu and CentOS using PowerShell DSC. Introduction to the MSFT_nxUserResource Class By default, the MOF file, MSFT_nxUserResource.schema.mof, is installed in the following path when you install the nx-PSModule: […]

Day 19: Creating your own online PowerShellGet repository

Welcome to Day 19 of the “100 Days of DevOps with PowerShell”! For background on our goals in this series, see Announcing the “100 Days of Devops with PowerShell” Series here at SCC. Disclaimer: The code below is from PowerShell 5.0 July CTP release and could change or break when RTM is released.  I’ll endeavour […]

Day 17: Managing Linux Files using PowerShell DSC

Following in the same vein as last week’s article: Day 12: Managing Linux Services using PowerShell DSC, this week we’ll be discussing how to manage Linux Files in both Ubuntu and CentOS using PowerShell DSC. Introduction to the MSFT_nxFileResource Class By default, the MOF file, MSFT_nxFileResource.schema.mof, is installed in the following path when you install […]