It was a great pleasure for me to have the chance for speaking about Microsoft Azure High Availability Services and Compute Services which can deliver more reliable services to companies and organizations.
Had a great day!
Thank you everyone!
Nowadays, automating IT environments is one of the biggest challenges for IT Administrators and these tasks brings more efforts and time consuming when there are tasks that need to be one daily, weekly, monthly and scheduled ones aslo. I’m gonna wrtie about a service which can help us in automating some basic to enterprise tasks for making it easy for our environment.
Ansible! Yes, there are more automating processes like chef, puppet, PowerShell DSC, I’ve tested all of the services the one which helped me in automating my environment achieve what I wanted was Ansible, because I really felt comfort either in configuring and running the service itself.
To start, it just needs configurations to be done after that you just need to add YAMEL .yml file which is the easy ones to write and prepare which services need to be insatall, which updates when and how gonna push into the systems, how’s the status of services in your servers and etc… and you’re just managing all of the them just from one point “Ansible Tower” this is where you create and manage all jobs, templates and defining how it’s gonna work in your infrastructure.
Today I’m gonna explain Powershell arrays, which is the most important part of the scripting and coding in Powershell, also having arrays in your code could help you much and ease your coding progress.
Powershell arrays provides a structured data which is combined into an array and stores a fixed-size sequential collection of elements of the any type.
In order to assign an Array, you must create a variable to include the arrays data in it, and you can specify the type of array the variable can reference. Here is the syntax for declaring an array variable.
$C = 16,2,5,1,60,3
$R = 1..6
I as told before that I am working on a website called PowerShell Club, which is about Powershell scripting, learning and sharing the experience there.
Now we are looking for talented and responsible experts who believe in themselves as an Administrator and can manage our forums!
You can send your applications to [email protected] mail address and I’ll get back to you if It meets the requirements.
It’s been a while I’ve created a new blog which is just about PowerShell.
I’m sharing my own works, scripts, codes also, sharing learning materials for those who interested to learn about PowerShell.
Here is the blog’s link:
Here is a link which you can easily access all the documentation related to Microsoft Windows Server 2019 and 2016.
Just take a moment to try and meet with Microsoft’s Windows Admin Center.
It is really a great tool to manage your servers and windows environment with even managing services and making RDP over the web.
Try to check the following link for more information and even download and test it in your environment.
Access Windows Servcies with MSC Commands.
Hello Wiki, sometimes I see some experts follow GUI pathes in order to access a service panel to configure or rearrange it. However, accessing them through RUN or start menu as a shortcut with just a simple command would make it quickly and easier to access.
Here is some of them I learnt through the years and wanted to share it with Wiki.
We had a geart meeting and a training session in a Hosting company in Izmir/Turkey with System Admins.