Archive for category powershell
I use Azure powershell almost every day, as a matter of fact I constantly keep it updated using the powershell integrated oneget module (i.e. the ability to use the install-module and update-module cmdlets). I’m literally working with 10s of tenants and much subscriptions, switching back and forth with the proper credentials. Not a nice experience, […]
A quick one to add Azure Diagnostics (with the exception of the compute resource type) to Log Analytics workspace. For more information in what you’re about to do see. ** Update if you want to batch ingest Automation Accounts here you go Happy diagnostics ingestion.
It’s been a long time since my last post, I actually have a ton of materials to work on, but hardly found the time to settle down and share it in my blog. Recently I’ve been involved in a demo run, proof of concept session, for a prospect involving end to end management of a […]
Scale-out File Server (SOFS) is a great new technology we can find in Windows 2012 R2 (debuted in 2012). We have endorsed SOFS with or without storage spaces (see Aidan blog). In either cases SOFS is a great NAS solution based on SMBv3 that can be leveraged by Windows OS (file sharing, hyper-v vhdx, SQL […]
Powershell deployment toolkit is a great accelerator to have your System Center POC environment up and running in a few hours. Until recently I seldom used it, but the need to prepare a “CloudOS POC in a Day” made me realign to the latest version. This post is more a collection of notes than a […]