Aidan shows you how you can fail over an Internet web service from a “local” data centre to Azure, which could optionally be included in a design for Azure Site Recovery (ASR).
In part 9 of our series, discover where to add code to the template we’ve created to bring the DSC module to life!
Want to give making your own DSC resource a whirl? Check out part 8 of our super-series on Desired State Configuration!
In part 7 of this multi-part series, learn to use GitHub, PowerShell, and the DSC community libraries to your advantage!
Learn to use community-shared Desired State Configuration (DSC) resource providers in part six of this series.
We’re back with our series on Desired State Configuration (DSC)! In part 5, learn to take a .MOF file and publish it to the pull server.
We’re back with more DSC! In part four, learn to combine provided resources to define a Desired State Configuration.
It’s time we introduced you to some resource providers! Learn what you can configure with DSC and resource providers in part 3 of our series.
Want to know more about Local Configuration Manager? Check out part 2 of this series for more about configuring LCM.
In this new series, we take a look at Local Configuration Manager (LCM) and configuration ID.
Find out how to use DSC to deploy a Desired State Configuration web host. Just follow along with our handy tutorial!
Take PowerShell to the next level! In this post, learn to use a script to deploy a Desired State Configuration (DSC) web host.