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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!

Email Reputation and Design: A Condensed Guide

Very few domains implement the holy grail of email identity reputation frameworks, DMARC. This guide will cover all the steps required to get it implemented for your domain along with some best practices for overall email reputation design.

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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: Office 365 Group Based Licencing Cleanup

A script to remove directly assigned licenses from user accounts if they overlap with group assigned licenses in Office 365.

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Cloud PBX: Polycom VVX Master Directory

Reverse number lookup in Skype for Business online (cloud PBX) doesn’t give you much control. If you are deploying Polycom VVX phones you can get around this with a directory file.

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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: PowerShellGet Helper Functions

With the PowerShell Gallery at your fingertips in PowerShell v5 you are able to find and install modules and scripts quickly. Here are a few helper functions you may want to add to your profile to help automate some of these tasks.

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Powershell: PSCloudflare Module

A well documented API without a PowerShell Module is like an itch begging to be scratched.

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Powershell: New-ADPasswordReminder

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

PowerShell: My Profile

I’m always interested to see how other people setup their working environment or get things done. But rarely do I share my own environment. Since I’m putting the effort into pushing my scripting environment publicly to github I may as well explain a bit more about some of what I’ve setup.

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