If you’re in IT, chances are you’ve automated some task before. Whether it’s writing a script, building an application yourself or leveraging an off-the-shelf solution from a vendor; you’ve automated.
Four years ago I was a dedicated IT professional. I took a shower, brushed my teeth, ate breakfast and went to work routinely everyday. I would occasionally chat with coworkers about the latest happenings and get down to the most recent matters at hand. That's all...
Windows patching is an unfortunate requirement for all Windows administrators. Patch Tuesdays keep coming with no end in sight.
When you need to get access to a command line console like PowerShell or Bash, where do you go?
We've covered a lot of how you can use PowerShell with MOVEit Automation 2018 to automate tasks. However, what if you want to use Python instead? We got you covered. Let's take a look.
In the previous articles, we focused on MOVEit Automation's REST API, but it’s now time to focus on MOVEit Transfer.
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.
In this article, we will use Swagger UI to learn everything that we can do with the new MOVEit 2018 RESTful API.
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!
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).