Category Archives: Blogtober

Using the ServiceNow Rest API Explorer

A month or so ago I was introduced into the world of the ServiceNow Rest API explorer. It was a rough into at best. A little backstory always helps. I am still working on a project to automate most of … Continue reading

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Service Now Incident Creation and Updating with PowerShell

For those of you that are cursed or blessed by the use of ServiceNow, I have been working on a project to automate a ton of my day to day job. Part of this automation of the service Incidents. I … Continue reading

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DevOps meets VMware Horizon. Automating the daily busy tasks out of the way. Part 3 of 4 Automation the update install process.

Automation of the Software update of a VDI clone Master image. Continue reading

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DevOps meets VMware Horizon. Automating the daily busy tasks out of the way. Part 4 of 4

Many people have created Shutdown or clean up scripts for the Linked Clone or Instant Clone VMs before, I am trying to do something a little different. I have been working on automating the process of Recompose or Image push … Continue reading

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Why automate day to day tasks VDI or other?

How many of you have never thought about automating any of the VDI tasks? Or think your environment is too small to automate? Or the best one of them all….I don’t have time to automate! Slap….Wake up and smell the … Continue reading

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