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DevOps – Automating Kubernetes Deployments

If you are deploying your own Kubernetes clusters you already know that:

Kubernetes is hard

Kubernetes is hard

But there is hope!

There are a few great projects to keep an eye on in this space. I’ve covered some of them in an article you can read on the Lumen.

Cheers!

PowerShell: AzureAD Dynamic Groups

A few code snippets for Azure AD dynamic groups. One for creating standard groups for your environment. Another for finding duplicates.

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PowerShell: Inheriting Parameters (Proxy Functions)

If you want one function to have all the parameters of another function here is one method you could use.

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Powershell: Creating Plaster Manifest Files

I’ve kicked the tires on a great PowerShell code scaffolding tool called ‘Plaster’. Here is my take on this nifty module.

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PowerShell: New Project – OhMyPsh

A PowerShell 5.0 terminal experience with lots of smart features that make you look cool at the command line.

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PowerShell: Azure ARM Site Overview

Visualizing an Azure deployment can be a bit tricky. This short Azure summary script is a good way to start though.

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Powershell: New-ADPasswordReminder

A single, self-extracting, self-scheduling, AD password change notice PowerShell script. »Read More

OSS PowerShell: Platform Independent Functions

Just the other day Microsoft released PowerShell as open source with builds available for Windows, Mac OSX, and a few flavors of Linux. I’m pretty certain the entire community is super hyped at the news. I know I am!

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PowerShell: New Project – PSModuleBuild

I’ve spent a little bit of time thinking about and putting together a proper build script for one of my projects. This post covers the decisions I made and technologies I used to get this set this up.

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Powershell: Make Pretty Scripts..With Scripts

I released a new module for standardizing and beautifying your PowerShell code. Aside from code indentation it also can reduce line length, replace here-strings, and a whole lot more.

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