If you already know how to use PowerShell and use it every day why not using to manage AWS instead of using AWS CLI.
Azure Active Directory Domain Services (Azure ADDS) is a cloud-based identity provider that’s easy to set up, manage, and use.
VNET peering is a great feature for Azure customers and it’s worth taking the time to understand how it works. This blog post will go into detail about what VNET peering is, why you would want to use this capability and some best practices that you should follow when setting up your VNETs for peering.
This post will show you how to install PowerShell 7 with Winget on Windows 11. If you are not familiar with it, PowerShell is Microsoft’s task automation framework and scripting language.
This blog post will cover how to shut down an Azure virtual machine using PowerShell and the Az module.
Azure Resource Manager templates (ARM) are a great way to automate the deployment of resources in Azure. They provide an easy-to-use interface that allows you to deploy your resources with just a few clicks. This blog post discusses 3 reasons why you should use ARM templates for your deployment needs.
In this blog post, we will show you how to create an Azure Virtual Machine with an ARM template. We will use the Microsoft Azure portal and Powershell to do so. First, let’s go over what an ARM template is and why you might want one for your virtual machine. After that, we’ll walk through… Continue reading Creating an Azure Virtual Machine With ARM Template
Microsoft Edge is a new browser from Microsoft that is designed for simplicity, speed, and security and today we will show you how to manage it through Endpoint Manager and Microsoft Intune.
Passing arguments to a C# .NET application from the command line can help pass values and variables and process information.
Checking your Exchange Online for newly created mailboxes is a good practice and can help achieve two objectives, keep an eye on growth and security.