Topics include Azure service updates, Publishing to the PowerShell Gallery, Office 365, Clusters and more.
Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux.
by Chen V on 26th January
It was a simple ask “How do we know Azure Service Updates?” The answer is to use the link (Azure Service Updates)! But, in this blog post I will show how to retrieve the feed information programmatically, store in Azure Table Storage and send weekly newsletter to business users
by Jeff Brown on 26th January
If you’ve written a module or script that you feel others could benefit using, definitely check out publishing it to the broader community. In fact, that’s what this post is about.
by Patrick Gruenauer on 28th January
More and more companies are moving to the cloud. Subscribing cloud services means less hardware maintenance, more comfort, and an “always-on” feeling. As an administrator, you have to get familiar with the administration of cloud services, especially with the basics like creating user accounts and user mailboxes. In this article I will carry out adding user accounts along with adding user mailboxes with Powershell.
by Prateik Singh on 29th January
Invoke-WebRequest can easily download files for you. The code below downloads the PowerShell Language Reference published by PowerShell Magazine, and opens it with the associated program.
by Ravikanth C on 30th January
Test-Cluster can create an HTML report but it isn’t very useable. Ravikanth’s blog post goes into detail about converting the Test-Cluster output into something more usable for automation.
User Weebsnore shares a Sim city style loading screen for the PowerShell console.
#PowerShell Core 6.2.4 is out!
Youtube: PSS: Code, Commit, Deploy. Starting your 3 step journey to using Pipelines with Stephen Valdinger
PowerShell Saturday is a training event for all things PowerShell. The event was held in Raleigh, North Carolina and hosted by Research Triangle PowerShell User Group. Stephen Valdinger goes through the process of using an Azure Dev Ops Pipeline. This process is useful in developing, maintaining, and deploying code.