Tagged articles - DevOps

Found 11 articles tagged with DevOps

Simple script for building and publishing .NET Core application to Docker
Build and publish .NET Core application to Docker container or Kubernetes
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Recently I wanted to try to spin up a simple .NET Core application on my local cluster which I built in my previous article Manual setup of Kubernetes cluster on a Virtual Machine with kubeadm. The problem I had is that I needed to test applications in this cluster and deploy them as service in order to monitor potential issues behavior. As deployment of Kubernetes service needs an image to pull from, I decided to use dockerhub to push my test images, but they first needed to be created. ... read more
Minify CSS and JavaScript files with PowerShell script
JavaScript and CSS file optimization with PowerShell script
 
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Minification of Cascade Style Sheet (CSS) and Java Script (JS) should be on a TODO list for every web application. The minification of CSS and JS can be easily one on the runtime with ASP.NET bundling which is build in in ASP.NET framework, but in case of distributing your resource files over CDN you cannot use the runtime minification. You physical files need to be minified... read more
Merge folders with Windows PowerShell script
Detect changes and merge folders and files with PowerShell script
 
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When deploying application to specific location it is often required to deploy only few files and not the whole deployment package. For example, if you changed only single static image file in your ASP.NET WebApplication, there is no reason to overwrite bin folder content and cause WebApplication on IIS to restart. ... read more
Use PowerShell to install SSL certificate on IIS
Importing PFX SSL certificate to IIS with PowerShell script
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Since Google announced HTTPS as ranking signal most of the websites now days are switching to secured communication via SSL certificates. Even I switched my website to HTTPS secured connection to follow up with this new trend. Using certificate on the website is related to domain binding, but even before we setup the domain binding for the website, we need to import the certificate to IIS... read more
Managing Windows Scheduled Tasks with Windows PowerShell
List, create and update Windows Scheduled Tasks with PowerShell
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Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler component is a standard part of Microsoft Windows operating system since Windows98. It allows schedulex execution of programs or scripts at specific pre-defined time or recurrent time interval. Repetitive creating and updating Windows Scheduled Tasks manually using Windows built in manager can be annoying... read more
Complex parameters in Windows PowerShell scripting
Passing and handling parameter in Windows PowerShell script
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Like in any other language, in PowerShell we also want to reuse our code and execute same set of operations with different parameters. PowerShell has great support for parameters which can be used in PowerShell script invocation.If you want your script to accept parameters you need to declare them in the script file... read more
Setting ASP.NET application on IIS always running with PowerShell
Switch off AppPool timeout with PowerShell script
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When creating new website with new application pool, bu default IIS sets your application pool in a way to save resources when inactive. This is because it does not want to run your website all the time if is there is no activity on it and keep using resources on the host for idle worker processes (w3wp.exe). This is the reason you might experience slow response when opening your website URL from time to time especially if your website has low traffic. ... read more
Automated clean up and archive of log files with PowerShell 5
Archiving old log files with PowerShell 5 and Windows Scheduled Tasks
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Depending on the application architecture, your Windows virtual machine might have one or more applications or components of a single solution. Those might be WebApi services, Web Applications or Windows applications. Any of these components may generate logs which are important for diagnostics and tracking down events... read more
Clean up IIS log files from web server using PowerShell
Avoid low disk space because of IIS logs with PowerShell Scheduled Task
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Microsoft IIS Server is by default logging every request that reaches it. This can be pretty useful for tracking down the issue which my occur over time, but it is also pilling up log files on server's disk which eventually can cause low disk space. You an always clean up these files manually, but wouldn't it be nice if server does that for you? ... read more
Setting up IIS ASP.NET WebApplication using PowerShell
Setup ASP.NET web application hosted on IIS using PowerShell
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PowerShell is the best option for automation on Windows platform. Regardless of which platform and how you organize Continous Deployment, you will always need to introduce certain level of customization during the deployment process. Scripting with PowerShell can play main role with these kind of customizations... read more
Setting permissions for ASP.NET application on IIS with PowerShell
Setting the write permission for IIS AppPool using PowerShell
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Very often you need to setup ASP.NET Web application on IIS server, you need to setup file and folder permission for your application on order to access content of specific folder. This can be easily done through Windows Explorer Properties window in the Security tab. ... read more

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