As explained in my previous post, What is Microsoft Graph Data Connect & When to Use It, MGdc allows organizations to export Office 365 data in bulk without facing any throttling limits whatsoever. In this blog post, I will guide you through the minimal set of steps required to be able to extract your first […]Read More Getting Started with Microsoft Graph Data Connect (MGdc)
I’ve been experimenting over the past few weeks with a project I’ve been planning to work on for years now. It is this concept of being able to deploy PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) in a server-less mode. In any traditional DSC project, the actual configuration gets executed by a local service that comes with […]Read More Cloud LCM – Prototype for DSC-as-a-Service
I just finished presenting a session at SPTechCon Boston which I entitled “VSTS, ARM and DSC for SharePoint 2019 – A match made in heaven“. The session had a very small number of attendees, which made me wonder if the audience I was trying to target with the session even existed in modern enterprises. Off […]Read More IT Pros Need to Get on the Software Development Lifecycle Right Now!
This article provides a base template that will allow you to deploy a SharePoint 2019 farm using PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC). This article is meant to be an evolutive process, and will get updated to always reflect the latest version of the SharePointDSC module. It currently uses the v3.0-development branch that is currently in […]Read More SharePointDSC Starter Template for SharePoint 2019
This article describes how you can upload a PowerShell DSC module into an Azure Automation Account using PowerShell. When using the interface, you have two options to upload a module: import from the PowerShell Gallery or upload a zip file from your computer. Import Module from the PowerShell Gallery Importing a DSC module from the […]Read More Deploy DSC Module to Azure Automation using PowerShell