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"Silence is sometimes the severest criticism."
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Born: November 18, 1823
Welcome to the final piece of the puzzle: displaying our metrics. We now have a pile of bits in our database, and now it needs to be displayed in a meaningful way.
Programmatically creating an new Windows Event Viewer log can be quite useful during automated processes. While some folks know how this is done, others might needs some guidance. Here's how to do it with PowerShell.
Welcome to part 3 in the PSMetrics series. In this part, I'll be building a simple ingestor to receive and process data from the collectors, and send the data on to the database.
Welcome back for part 2 of the series. In this post, I'll be putting together a simple collector script with PowerShell for gathering metrics on a Windows host, and sending the data to the ingestor.
Metrics are a necessary evil in the IT world. A good set of metrics helps us to diagnose problems in our environments and plan for future growth.
Sometimes, you need to tattle on a user to their manager. But how to find out who their manager is, and their email address? Here is how I did it with PowerShell.
I've been asked how to automate the download of fresh definitions for SCEP definitions in an enterprise environment, so here is an easy way to do it with PowerShell.