Tag Archives: devops

Azure Journey–Azure Dev/Test Labs–Creating A VM With Artifacts

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 […]

Grow your IT maturity through Business Service Intelligence

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 […]

Day 88–Use a SCSM Task To Create A Work Item In TFS

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 […]

Day 68: Accessing VSO Version Control using Powershell–Part 1

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 […]