If your organization is serious about using Chocolatey as a means for Windows package management, then setting up your own internal package repository is a must.
Vagrant provides a solution for creating disposable and consistent environments, all within a single configuration file.
Puppet is one solution that is trying its best to make sure Windows engineers and admins have the tools necessary to manage effectively. Here's how to use it.
If you’re managing servers and aren’t using an infrastructure-as-code solution such as Puppet, Ansible or Chef, be warned: you should be.
Vagrant is one of those tools that you may have heard about before but just have not used yet, but once you decide to use it, it will probably end up in your tool belt.
For Windows IT professionals, perhaps the most popular set of troubleshooting tools is Sysinternals, the creation of none other than Mark Russonivich, Microsoft’s CTO of Azure.