DevOPS for Office 365

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 6 months, you’ve all heard me talk about the Office365DSC project that the team and I have been working on lately. The idea behind this project is to allow System Administrators to define their Office 365 Tenants’ configuration as code. By exposing all of their […]

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Getting Started with Office365DSC

Office365DSC is an Open-Sourced PowerShell module that allows you to define the configuration of your Office 365 Tenants as code. This makes it easier to integrate Office 365 deployments with your existing Continuous Integration and Delivery pipelines. Since the module relies on PowerShell Desired State Configuration, it also automatically monitors your Office 365 tenants for […]

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North American Collaboration Summit Session

This past week I had the honor of presenting a session on Azure DevOPS for SharePoint Admins at the North American Collaboration Summit in Branson Missouri alongside some of the best and smartest SharePoint people there are. Huge thanks to my friend Mark Rackley (@MRackley) for putting on such a great show. In my session, […]

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Extract Office 365 Configuration from Existing Tenant

A few weeks ago, I posted what I consider to be a “Tease” Post regarding a new project I am involved with, Office365DSC. Today, I would like to share additional details regarding what our plans are for this module. Throughout the development process, the team and I will be completely transparent about what our progress, […]

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