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Practical PowerShell Scripting for DevOps - Part 4

On this part, I will be using the PowerShell String Operators Match and Split, Array Indexing and Regular Expressions to find if a particular Git Reference is coming from a particular branch and has valid SemVer version

Practical PowerShell Scripting for DevOps - Part 3

On this part, I will be converting our ForEach-Object loop to run in parallel for faster results

Practical PowerShell Scripting for DevOps - Part 2

On this part, I will be extending the monitoring script we wrote on Part-1, with a polling while loop

Practical PowerShell Scripting for DevOps - Part 1

Practical Scripting Challenges and Solutions for DevOps with PowerShell

Agile Cloud DevOps Engineer

Designs like a Cloud Architect, Ships like a Developer, Operates like a Site Reliability Engineer
My transformation in 2020, and what Agile/Embedded DevOps Engineer Model is all about

Lessons Learnt Along The Way

12 pieces of advice I would give to my 20 year old version as an engineer

Azure ARM Template Development - Validate with WhatIf

Hi, I’m back with yet another script I would like to introduce and pretty much document for my and other’s future reference. Today’s script is named “Deploy-AzARMTemplate.ps1” and it’s geared towards one-click deploys from your local development environment to pre-configured cloud dev/test environment.

DevOps - How to Even Begin?

Nowadays, we see more of newcomers coming into the DevOps field outside of traditional SysAdmin / Infrastructure Engineering roles. You can transition into a DevOps role even if you are not coming from a Systems & Networks background. If you want to become “DevOps” what do you need to know?What are you missing and What do you already have that you can bring to the table?

A Comprehensive List of Tips for Saving Money on your Microsoft Azure Costs in 2020

Recommendations from an eye of a DevOps Engineer for organizations on how to apply some technical and cultural practices to reduces costs on Azure

How to Pass Multiple Arguments to a CLI tool with PowerShell

Hi, if you ever worked with a CLI tool you probably know that almost all of them comes with a method for initial configuration, that allows you to save your default settings and also your credentials.