AzureTableEntity PowerShell Module Updated

I have updated the AzureTableEntity PowerShell module few days ago. The latest version is 1.0.3.0 and it is published at: PowerShell Gallery: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/AzureTableEntity/1.0.3.0 GitHub: https://github.com/tyconsulting/AzureTableEntity-PowerShell-Module/releases What’s changed? New function Merge-AzureTableEntity Merge one or more entities in a Azure table. Please make sure you understand the difference between Azure table merge and update operations: Update: replace entity fields with the the fields specified in the update operation Merge: update the value of existing fields specified in the merge operation If you want to update the value of an existing field and having the rest of the fields unchanged, make sure you

Deploying PowerShell Module from GitHub to a MyGet Feed using VSTS CI/CD Pipeline

Introduction Lately I have been playing with VSTS and its CI/CD capabilities. Since I have been writing a lot of PowerShell modules and I’m using GitHub and MyGet in this kind of projects, I thought a good scenario to build is to use VSTS CI/CD pipeline to automatically deploy the module from GitHub to my MyGet feed whenever I commit to the master branch for the particular PS module. In summary, this is the process: I commit code changes to master branch VSTS starts the build process (CI) fetch the artefact run pester test making sure the module can be

Inside OMS Book V2 Released

Few days ago, the Inside OMS Book version 2 has been released as a free ebook to the TechNet Gallery: http://bit.ly/InsideOMS A lot has changed since the first release of the book and even when we were writing the version 2, I constantly feel that we are shooting a moving target. Now looking back, we have been working very very hard over the last 10 months. Comparing with version 1, the size of the book increased from ~450 pages and 12 chapters to ~750 pages and 17 chapters.  This time, other than the authors, we are fortunate that we have

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