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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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Recent Posts

Posted on 11.27.17 by Adam Bertram

Building a Professional File Transfer Script in PowerShell

A detailed guide on creating a FTP script in PowerShell to move files between servers.

Posted on 11.06.17 by Adam Bertram

PowerShell to Python and Back

Adam the Automator describes taking the leap from being a PowerShell guy to learning a new scripting language in Python.

Posted on 10.18.17 by Adam Bertram

A Newbie’s Guide to Python Functions

Not quite sure how functions work in Python? We've got you covered, here's a guide to get you started. 

Posted on 10.11.17 by Adam Bertram

How To Create a Simple PowerShell Script for Server Monitoring

Want to keep an eye on how your servers are doing? Here's a guide on using PowerShell to get yourself started in the right direction.

Posted on 10.03.17 by Adam Bertram

How Do You Install Python?

To kick off our series on Python from a PowerShell guy’s perspective, the first thing we have to do is install Python.

Posted on 09.15.17 by Adam Bertram

Working with Interactive Prompts in PowerShell

In this PowerShell tutorial, we will cover a few ways to interactively prompt a user for input.

Posted on 08.31.17 by Adam Bertram

Building PowerShell Scripts to Tie Disparate Products Together

The PowerShell scripting language has been called “automation glue” more times than I can count.

Posted on 08.10.17 by Adam Bertram

How To Enumerate Windows User Profiles With PowerShell

When trying to list all profiles, you need a script that can account for a variety of scenarios.

Posted on 08.01.17 by Adam Bertram

How to Build a Logging Function in PowerShell

Keeping tabs on what a script is doing is critical for monitoring and debugging.

Posted on 07.05.17 by Adam Bertram

Working with Windows Services in PowerShell

PowerShell helps free up time by taking over certain service management tasks. See how to create such tools here. 

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