Of late, I was in need to use a PFX in the Azure DevOps pipeline. Well, it’s not super complex, and having said that, it’s not relatively easy. What do we learn in this blog post? A simple PowerShell script to use a PFX certificate in the Azure DevOps PowerShell script task. Let me try to explain the steps as most effortless as possible.
Azure Monitor Workbook is one of my favorite services in Azure Cloud. Why? I use to share scripts/queries with the operations team for reportings. During audits, I get more development works. So, I thought of using the Azure Monitor workbooks to serve the purpose. Indeed, the queries I built is tailor-made for my environment. However, through this blog post, I can share the nuances and some ready to use solutions.
I was developing a PowerShell script to send Azure inventory through email, which generates a Word output with charts and tables. So, I thought of using Open XML, I used for SharePoint document library reporting (A few years ago), I searched GitHub and found a great PowerShell module PSWriteWord, and docs are super cool. Yes, this blog post is to show you the simple steps to generate a word document through Azure DevOps pipeline.