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Manage the life cycle of your SCCM applicatons with PowerShell – Part 4 Remove Applications

“Manage the life cycle of your SCCM applications with PowerShell” is a short post series where I share my PowerShell experience with System Center Configuration Manager. In my last post I’ve shown you a script to distribute application content and deploy an application to its collections. In my final post I’ll show you the last part of the app life cycle – the termination.
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Manage the life cycle of your SCCM applicatons with PowerShell – Part 3 Deploy Applications

“Manage the life cycle of your SCCM applications with PowerShell” is a short post series where I share my PowerShell experience with System Center Configuration Manager. In my last post I’ve shown you a script that creates applications and all assets required to deploy it. This time I have a script to distribute the application content and deploy the application to its collections.
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Manage the life cycle of your SCCM applicatons with PowerShell – Part 2 Create Applications

“Manage the life cycle of your SCCM applications with PowerShell” is a short post series where I share my PowerShell experience with System Center Configuration Manager. In my last post I’ve showed you a script that creates the package source folder structure and another that adds the service users for SCCM. As mentioned these scripts have only been published for a better understanding of the follow-up scripts.
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Manage the life cycle of your SCCM applicatons with PowerShell – Part 1 Service Accounts and Package Source

I’m currently planning and building a System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) infrastructure for a local hospital. SCCM is a complex system composed of various components to make the client and software life cycle management feasible. While configuring SCCM is a tedious job which is done once, managing applications is a recurring process. That’s why the application life cycle is the perfect candidate for scripted automation. With the most recent SCCM release Microsoft made it a lot easier to use the power of PowerShell. I’ve developed a few scripts which help creating, deploying and deleting SCCM applications. Configuring applications manually can be very bothersome and is always at risk for misconfiguration. The benefit for automation is huge.
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Meteor productive deployment blank page

First some background. I’ve built a Meteor app and decided to deploy it to Heroku. There are many short and simple guides out there on how to do that. As I did so and opened the App for the first on Heroku I simply received a blank page. Where did my javascript code go? Heroku logs didn’t tell much.
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Deploy Ubuntu server

This post is part of my Your own Virtual Private Server hosting solution project.
Get the latest version of this article here: https://gist.github.com/9468612.

Introduction

Why Ubuntu?

Because:

  • Ubuntu is the leading and most popular Linux distro.
  • It’s easy to install, deploy and manage.
  • Ubuntu remains the most popular operating system for OpenStack deployments.
  • It’s available for multiple devices.
  • Ubuntu benefits from a huge community support since ever.
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