Install PowerShell Core on Ubuntu / CentOS using package management

Microsoft has release latest bits of PowerShell core and published PowerShell Core 6.0 alpha.15 to https://packages.microsoft.com. So we can use package management tools like yum or apt-get to install the latest PowerShell version on Linux distributions. It’s as simple as¬†registering the Microsoft repository once as superuser¬†and then just need to use either sudo apt-get install powershell or sudo yum update powershell (depending on which distribution you are using) to update it …Continue Reading

About PackageManagement and PowerShellGet

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 that …Continue Reading