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Manually transferring files through legacy protocols such as FTP is a painful memory you would probably like to forget. That's where Automation comes into play.
Electronic file transfer, abbreviated EFT is a procedure that follows an electronic format and protocol to exchange different types of data files.
DevOps! Over the past half-decade, the illustrious marriage between Development and Operations has simultaneously become the biggest buzzword in tech since ~The Cloud~, and a critical piece of software engineering and delivery methodology. But to many, the DevOps...
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In this article, you will learn about the different types of runbooks (yes, there’s more than one of them), how to create a new runbook, and how to add code to that runbook.
One of the most popular automation tools is Azure Automation and this will be a series of posts covering the introduction to Azure Automation, creating automation runbooks, dealing with assets, testing and publishing runbooks.
Azure File Sync is a fairly new service that allows users to sync on-premises files to Azure Storage. Think of this service as DropBox for business. Now, we can simply drop files into a folder on an on-prem server and automatically upload those files to Azure!