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Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram is a 20-year veteran of IT. He’s currently an automation engineer, blogger, independent consultant, freelance writer, author, and trainer. Adam focuses on DevOps, system management, and automation technologies as well as various cloud platforms. He is a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP and efficiency nerd that enjoys teaching others a better way to leverage automation.
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Posted on 04.25.18 by Adam Bertram

Creating New Users in MOVEit Transfer 2018 with PowerShell

In the previous articles, we focused on MOVEit Automation's REST API, but it’s now time to focus on MOVEit Transfer.

Posted on 04.17.18 by Adam Bertram

Using MOVEit 2018's REST API to Create and Monitor File Transfers with PowerShell

We've already covered Swagger UI and how to use PowerShell to authenticate to MOVEit Automation's REST API. In this article, we're going to take what we've learned and get into some real-world use cases using MOVEit Automation's REST API— creating and monitoring tasks.

Posted on 04.12.18 by Adam Bertram

Getting Started with Swagger UI and MOVEit's REST API

In this article, we will use Swagger UI to learn everything that we can do with the new MOVEit 2018 RESTful API. 

Posted on 04.10.18 by Adam Bertram

Using the New MOVEit 2018 REST API with PowerShell

Logging into MOVEit's console or web interface works great for day-to-day management tasks or setting up one-time workflows but there are times when we need to automate with MOVEit Automation!

Posted on 03.26.18 by Adam Bertram

Creating Your First Windows Container with Docker for Windows

Docker for Windows is a product offered by Docker that allows users to set up a Docker container on a client-based operating system (Windows 10). 

Posted on 03.21.18 by Adam Bertram

Leveraging Configuration Data for both DSC and Pester Tests

When writing code, it's important to make it modular by decoupling the code as much as possible. Check out how to accomplish this with Pester tests.

Posted on 03.14.18 by Adam Bertram

How to Cleanup Proprietary PowerShell Scripts to Share with the Community

Before sharing code with the external world, there are a few essential questions to consider.

Posted on 03.09.18 by Adam Bertram

How to Copy Files From an Azure App Service with PowerShell

Creating your own tools through PowerShell makes transferring content locally exponentially simpler. Here's how to do it yourself. 

Posted on 03.07.18 by Adam Bertram

What is Kubernetes and the Hype All About?

Containers are all the rage these days ever since Docker came on the scene and made containers available to us mere mortals. But how do you deploy, manage, and monitor all these containers? Meet Kubernetes, an open-source, container management service!

Posted on 03.05.18 by Adam Bertram

Creating A Timeout Feature In Your PowerShell Scripts

Don't let your entire workflow be hung up because one of the scripts is stuck on some task. There's a way around that!

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