This year I’ve found so many interesting blogs that is so hard for me to choose what to suggest to a developer o it pro what to read. So I’ve decided to choose just a couple that can be interesting for both. These two articles are my absolute personal favourites. Continue reading “Best Articles of 2017”
Learning PowerShell is really a fast process where you can be productive in a matter of days or in a month of lunches as Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks said. But in my humble opinion, there aren’t much online resources that make you pay enough attention on how to run scripts and configure the environment properly in order to leverage all the technology features that Powershell and Windows environment is capable of.
So I’ve decided to add some articles to conquer this problem and help you on your journey, it’s an interesting subject for students and professional developers/it pros at any level of experience.
Create a report and send it via email is easier than you think and it’s a really useful feature to automate recurring tasks. This particular example is inspired by another scripting library post about uptime, in fact, we will show you how to create a simple report with all servers bootup time and send it via email in few lines of code or even a oneliner if needed.
The world is not perfect and it systems and software are no exceptions. Patches are always released for a reason and try to fix bugs and vulnerabilities.
To analyse the full stack of your hosts and devices I suggest to start with firmware of network devices, bios, drivers, os patches and application updates etc… There are many tools and solutions that can help you to scan your network or your system and gather useful informations in a centralised manner.