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Powering VMware with PowerShell

Powering VMware with PowerShell

Many tools and products that support scripting are adding PowerShell support. VMware also did this in their PowerCLI tool that can be used to provision and manage vSphere hosted virtual machines. There is even a PowerCLI test lab that you can use to learn about the tool without any risk to your vSphere environment.... Read More

DevOps – Infrastructure as Code

DevOps – Infrastructure as Code

Introduction The rapid adoption of virtualization over the last decade solved many of the problems associated with application and server provisioning. Gone are the days when deploying a new application meant specifying a new server to run it on, getting sign-off for the purchase order, waiting a few weeks for the server to be... Read More

DevOps is more than…

Introduction Many organizations are adopting DevOps to help streamline their software development processes. The benefits of DevOps have been discussed and written about often on this Blog and at many other sites. Like any method of working there are many aspects to DevOps and a lot of chatter about certain parts of it. It’s... Read More

PowerShell for DevOps Automation

Automating build and deployment processes is a central pillar of DevOps. When multiple builds are being deployed from Dev to Test to Production everyday it’s vital to automate as much as possible. This can be achieved by using scripts to create workflows that link together the tools used for development, provisioning, and configuration management... Read More