PowerShell 7 Overview

in PowerShell by Christoph Burmeister
1.1k words · 7 min to read

On the 5th of April 2019, Steve Lee announced two things, the general availability of PowerShell Core 6.2 and the the next major version, PowerShell 7.
In this post we will keep track of the changes in PowerShell 7 and will provide an overview of the new lifecycle management.

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Azure Maintenance Functions - Part 1

in PowerShell by Christoph Burmeister
1.1k words · 6 min to read

In almost every Azure Tenant I use, I have one Azure Function App that helps me to be more productive. Since the first day of the introduction Azure Functions, I used them to
automate different tasks. Over the time, the collection of functions became quite big and I would love to share them with you so you can benefit from them as well 🙂

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PowerShell Async Logging

in PowerShell by Jan-Henrik Damaschke
1.4k words · 8 min to read

If you are working with PowerShell frequently, you will often run into the question of logging. How do I want to write logs, where to write them and which format should they have. We wont go into these questions here, however, we will take a look at how to implement PowerShell logging in a non-blocking (async) way.

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Create Advanced Ping Class in PowerShell

in PowerShell by Jan-Henrik Damaschke
1.9k words · 11 min to read

Recently, I had the problem of monitoring the latency of my internet connection to provide these information to my ISP for troubleshooting. As the standard ping class in .net and Test-NetConnection was too inflexible and had no timestamps, I wanted to create a PowerShell Script to provide these functionality. Classes were something I haven’t used in a while so I chose to create a PowerShell class called AdvancedPing.

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