In my last post I explained how you can use GitHub as a platform for Azure Automation runbook versioning and source control. Another tool IT Pros (like myself) use more and more is Visual Studio. This article walks you through the process of enabling GitHub as a source control platform for you Visual Studio projects.
If you work with Automation you might know that you will only be successful when following crystal clear developlent guidelines and processes. One important factor to keep in mind – especially in larger projects with many involved automation engineers – is source control. Azure Automation helps you out here by allowing to connect runbooks to a source control platform. Today, only GitHub can be used, Visual Studio Online will follow soon. This article guides you through the setup process.
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Tagged azure automation, consistency, git, github, runbooks, source contol, tfs, visual studio, vso
What a day! Today I was informed that I was nominated as a Microsoft Regional Director for Switzerland, starting in April 2016 for the next 2 years!
I admit it: I love community conferences and two of the best of them will run in March 2016 in Malaysia and Australia. Both conferences focus on the latest Microsoft products and solutions and will cover technical and strategic topics around System Center, Azure, OMS, EMS and more. And what I like best: I am able to present at both of them!
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Tagged australia, kuala lumpur, malaysia, meetup, melbourne, mvp, powershell, SCU, scu apac, scu au, sma, speaker, System Center Universe, tesla
In SCSM Analysts have the option to change views for their specific needs. They can change the width of columns, hide columns completely or use grouping and sorting functions. All view personalizations are stored in the SCSM database so that users get their settings everytime they connect to SCSM, no matter from what device or console. From time to time there might be a need to reset these personalizations and set the views back to the original state. This blog post explains how this works.
You might have heard of OMS already, Microsoft’s IT Management as a Service approach that delivers different capabilities from the cloud. Some days ago a new feature made it to the public preview status: Alerting! This means that OMS now allows to search for specific events and create alerts if needed. In this post I will quickly go through the new feature and show how it can be used.
Today, during their annual “Connection Days” event, Microsoft Switzerland announced their “Partners of the Year” for different competencies. itnetX has been awarded “Partner of the Year 2015 – Cloud Platform”! This award underlines our commitment to helping customers transform their business into cloud-first scenarios. It also highlights the huge changes to our company over the last months: transitioning to a modern cloud platform partner.
The latest award joins an impressive list:
- Microsoft Partner of the Year 2011 – Datacenter (itnetX)
- Microsoft Partner of the Year 2012 – Datacenter (itnetX)
- Microsoft Partner of the Year 2013 – Datacenter (itnetX)
- Microsoft Partner of the Year 2014 – Datacenter (Syliance IT Services, since merged with itnetX)
- Microsoft Partner of the Year 2015 – Cloud Platform (itnetX)
We’d like to thank all our ever-trusting customers who continue to allow us to design, build and operate solutions based on the very latest Microsoft products and technologies. Myself, I am super proud that we received this award again! Being part of the itnetX family and to work with highly skilled and motivated people day by day is really a privilege! Go go go!