1. Working with DSC in the context of 3rd party CM tooling. Part 3: Chef Server

    In this post I’ll continue my investigation on using DSC with Chef. In this post I’ll look at how we can deliver recipes (as created in the previous blog) to nodes by using a Chef server. …


  2. Working with DSC in the context of 3rd party CM tooling. Part 2: Chef Notifications

    Now we have seen how to make use of a DSC resource inside of a Chef recipe, I thought of investigating a feature of Chef I heard about which is currently impossible to accomplish with native DSC without providing an intermediate state to the LCM. …


  3. Working with DSC in the context of 3rd party CM tooling. Part 1: Chef intro

    Working with a DSC only implementation can be a bit challaging. In almost all of my experiences we ended up building some kind of custom solution around DSC to make it more usable, flexible, manageable and insightful. In this blog series I’ll investigate some configuration management solutions to see if they can positively extend my experience working with DSC without the need to build a custom solution. …


  4. Welcome to my new blog!

    I’ve been blogging for while but never really on a blog of my own. I though it would be a good time to change this and figured since everyone is so happy about GitHub pages, why not start looking into this. I’ll start gattering all my old blog posts here and after that will start writing new content. …


  5. Creating an Application Deployment Gallery Item – SQL Gallery item

    This blog post is written and published on AzureStack.blog: https://azurestack.blog/2017/01/creating-an-application-deployment-gallery-item-sql-gallery-item/