Recently had to give a chalk talk on a Azure Service Bus (ASB). Creating and recreating the various topics and subscriptions is a bit of a pain since there are so many options and parameters to consider. The way I go about it is to create a utility that simply creates and destroys all the infrastructure I need for the chalk talk.
In this post, App Dev Manager Chev Bryan demonstrates how to fetch a user’s profile from AAD using PowerShell.
On my recent journeys helping customers migrate from TFS to VSTS; one of the most common obstacle is verifying that users marked for active import to VSTS have matching AAD records.
In this post, Senior Application Development Manager, Danny Kolke, gives a practical guide on getting started with PowerShell and Azure CLI.
“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” Aristotle
In working with my customers I often run into those who want to get started with Azure but just haven’t done anything yet.
In the following post, Premier Developer Consultant Lizet Pena De Sola shows us how to analyze the performance of PowerShell scripts to pinpoint code with high CPU consumption and optimize resource usage.
As part of my job I help developers take a closer look at the source code and analyze it under the “microscope”.
This article on the various tools available to perform tasks in Azure comes to us from Premier Developer consultant Crystal Tenn.
There are a lot of tools out there for managing your Azure subscriptions! We have the Portal web page, Visual Studio integration (with the Azure SDK),
This post on troubleshooting PowerShell errors comes to us from Premier Developer consultant Rob Vettor.
PowerShell is a “must-know” for Azure cloud development. Yes, it’s a scripting language, but moreover, it’s an automation engine that can execute complex tasks with minimal effort.
For this installment of the Premier Developer Blog, Application Development Manager Herald Gjura shares some PowerShell scripts from his toolbox to help automate Azure SQL DB Server firewall rules.
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In the latest post on his blog, Senior Premier Developer Consultant Brian Gregor discusses an error when using Distributed Cache PowerShell cmdlets with a user account that includes a $ in the name.
Premier Developer ALM Consultant Dave Burnison brings us this awesome collection of tips and tricks for using PowerShell in VSTS and TFS.
You can now do almost anything in your build and release definitions in VSTS and TFS 2015. One of the most powerful ways to add your specific logic is to use the PowerShell task or the PowerShell on Target Machines task.
The Android SDK Manager requires a GUI and tedious searching for the SDKs that you want to install. There is a command line android.bat script that lets you install and uninstall these without the GUI but it’s based on an ordinal index for each SDK so you have to run the script once,