I would like to make you aware of a 3-part blog post series, which I have written for THE Microsoft Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog . Because I really like these blog post series and of course the blog itself a lot , I want to share it with you.
The first part shows you, how to use Bash on Windows 10 and how you can connect to a Linux server to install OMI CIM server and the DSC for Linux packages. The second part installs .NET Core and PowerShell for Linux on the system using DSC for Linux. In addition, I show you how to connect via PowerShell and WSMan protocol from your Windows 10 to the OMI CIM server. The last post is applying a DSC configuration from Azure Automation DSC to Linux and executing a PowerShell script to send user data to Azure Log Analytics HTTP Data Collector API .
You can find the post here:
Part 1 – Install Bash on Windows 10, OMI CIM Server, and DSC for Linux
Part 2 – Install .NET Core and PowerShell on Linux Using DSC
Part 3 – Use Azure Automation DSC to Configure Linux and Executing PowerShell Script
I hope you like it as much as I do, have fun!