Ravikanth C

Ravikanth C

Cloud and Infrastructure Technologist, Author, Microsoft MVP, Public Speaker, and Innovator

Ravikanth is a Distinguished Member Technical Staff at Dell EMC working on Software-defined Storage and Hybrid Cloud architectures. He is a published author and an innovator with many granted patents and pending applications. He is a multi-year recipient of Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in Cloud and Data Center Management. Ravikanth is the founder of PowerShell Magazine and leads Bangalore IT Pro and Bangalore PowerShell User Groups.

289 Posts by this author

Using WMI SMTP Event Consumer DSC resource

If you have not seen the earlier articles in this series, I had written about: DSC resource for managing WMI permanent event filters, consumers, and bindings Troubleshooting WMI standard event consumer issues Using the WMI Commandline Event Consumer DSC resource Using WMI Active Script Event Consumer DSC Resource Using WMI Log File Event Consumer DSC resource Using WMI Event Log Event Consumer DSC resource In today’s article, I will show you how the WMI SMTP event consumer DSC resource can be used.

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Using WMI Event Log Event Consumer DSC resource

If you have not seen the earlier articles in this series, I had written about: DSC resource for managing WMI permanent event filters, consumers, and bindings Troubleshooting WMI standard event consumer issues Using the WMI Commandline Event Consumer DSC resource Using WMI Active Script Event Consumer DSC Resource Using WMI Log File Event Consumer DSC resource In today’s article, I will show you how the WMI Event Log Event Consumer DSC resource can be used.

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Using WMI Log File Event Consumer DSC resource

If you have not seen the earlier articles in this series, I had written about: DSC resource for managing WMI permanent event filters, consumers, and bindings Troubleshooting WMI standard event consumer issues Using the WMI Commandline Event Consumer DSC resource Using WMI Active Script Event Consumer DSC Resource In today’s article, I will show you how the WMI Log File Event Consumer DSC resource can be used.

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DSC Resource Kit Wave 5 is available

Windows PowerShell team released DSC Resource Kit Wave 5. This wave has added the following xWordPress: This module contains two resources, xIISWordPressSite and xWordPressSite, as well as example configurations under Samples, which show end-to-end deployment of the common WordPress site.

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Web Platform Installer or Web PI is a free tool that makes getting the latest components of the Microsoft Web Platform, including Internet Information Services (IIS), SQL Server Express, .

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Happy Birthday, PowerShell Magazine!

Last year, on this day, we announced the launch of PowerShell Magazine. It has been an interesting year. We are proud to say that we are the exclusive PowerShell online magazine and proud of what we have achieved so far!

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Interview with Darren Mar-Elia from MMS 2012

Editor Aleksandar Nikolic caught up with Darren Mar-Elia, the CTO and founder of SDM Software & <GPOGUY.com>, at MMS 2012. Darren has been a Microsoft MVP in Group Policy technology for the last 8 years, and has written and spoken on Active Directory, Group Policy and PowerShell topics around the world.

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