After my previous article on the basic Powershell cmdlets for Azure Key Vault, I thought it would be interesting to provide to all users, who are already familiar with it, a method to export all keys, certs, and secrets stored in it once via Powershell. Continue reading “How to backup all of your keys, certs and secrets included in all your Azure Key Vaults”
Today I’ve answered a question in one of my blog articles on SendGrid API and PowerShell on how to add attachments to an email when using the API.
The official documentation is pretty clear if you want to pass a text or binary file as an attachment the SendGrid API is requiring a couple of strings: filename and content in base64, but in case anybody finds a roadblock here this article it may help you. Continue reading “Base64 Encoding with Powershell and .NET Framework”
Everything should start with a SOLID plan, not just influenced by the enthusiasm of a successful PoC, briefly tested and blessed/approved by the management where the implementation challenges are hidden in plain sight!
I wanted to write this article since I’ve started scriptinglibrary.com, but I will try to keep this article to a technical level where you can enjoy the first experience and avoid bad ones. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself overwhelmed or lost into the number of services and the possibilities offered by cloud computing. Continue reading “Cloud Tools for Azure: Powershell, Azure CLI, Azure Cloud Shell”