I’ve been creating several things in my DevTest lab. Let’s see what happens when I delete things. See the full post here.
A formula in Azure DevTest Labs is a list of default property values that can be used to create a virtual machine. You can use the default values or change them, but it gives you a baseline from which to start. You can create a formula from either a base machine image in Azure, or […]
Dev/Test lab artifacts allow you to specify actions that are performed on the VM when it is created. These actions can include things such as installing applications, running PowerShell scripts, and running Bash commands. You can also apply artifacts to a VM after it has been created. So let’s create a VM and include artifacts […]
I’ve got a brand new Azure Dev/Test Lab, now I need to do something with it. Seems like the first thing to do would be to create a new VM in the lab. Read the full post here.
I’m wanting to experiment some with Azure Dev/Test Labs. I’m going to start by creating my first Azure Dev/Test Lab instance. See the full post here.
Despite the many new technologies brought to the datacenter in the past 10 years, the relative maturity of organizations’ IT operations has remained constant. The focus remains on fire-fighting and buying technologies to fix problems, rather than focus on strategic technology purchases that can drive innovation and be more competitive in the market:tech Taking the Gartner […]
I recorded a short video showing how you can integrate Jira and Service Manager using Orchestrator. Jira/SCSM Integration using Orchestrator
Welcome to Day 88 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. On Day 28 – Let’s Integrate SCSM and TFS, I showed how to integrate SCSM and TFS, by creating a Task TFS […]
Welcome to Day 68 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 Day 58 post, I showed you how to configure your alternate authentication credentials for accessing Visual Studio Online, and used […]
Welcome to Day 58 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 some of my previous posts, I discussed how to use PowerShell and the Team Foundation Server API to work with an […]