In this post, we’ll explore how to use github(https://github.com) and few basic steps such as creating repository, making some changes and commit our changes. In this age of devops, it is an essential skills to have for IT pros as well. Not that you’ll need to start writing code in .net or node.js but github is home to most open source projects even for PowerShell code. A lot of folks have moved to put their PowerShell module/scripts on github.
To get started, you’ll need to have a account on https://github.com. Once you have created an account, you can start creating project. In github terms, a repository is equivalent of a project. You would place all code belonging to project in the repository.Read More »
An conflict may occur in Azure DNS if two people or two processes try to modify a DNS record at the same time. How can you it determine which one wins? And does the winner know that they’ve just overwritten changes created by someone else?
Azure DNS uses Etags to handle concurrent changes to the same resource safely. Each DNS resource (zone or record set) has an Etag associated with it. Whenever a resource is retrieved, its Etag is also retrieved. When updating a resource, you(or the creator of DNS record) have the option to pass back the Etag so Azure DNS can verify that the Etag on the server matches. Since each update Read More »
New versions of Windows server and client operating systems i.e. windows 10 and windows server 2012 R2 or higher, contains a new feature named as PackageManagement. This should be of particular importance to DevOps folks as it intends to simplify their lives.
Why PackageManagement Feature?
DevOps folks can come with reasons like why do they require another tool in the wild when they already have a choice like chef, puppet etc. The truth is thatRead More »
The most of internet relies on TCP/IP protocol. In order to reach a service/machine, you need to know its ip address. In its essence, DNS or Domain Name System is a network service which is responsible for resolving a website/service name to its IP address. Azure DNS is a hosting service for DNS domains, providing name resolution using Microsoft Azure infrastructure. It uses Anycast networking, so DNS resolution occurs from closet available DNS server.
When you start a runbook in Azure Automation, it create a Azure automation job. A job is a single execution instance of a runbook. A job is then assigned to a Azure worker process, which then executes it. When you view the list of runbooks in the Azure portal, it will list the status of the last job that was started for each runbook.You can view the list of jobs for each runbook in order to track the status of each job.Read More »