Monthly Archives: January 2012

Windows Powershell : Digging into system internals


After working on windows  now i am trying to get the hand on the new test automation framework of windows  i.e Powershell  to get some usefull information of the system from the CLI based enviroment  that we used to get from the … Continue reading

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Automation environment on Windows : Powershell – Monad


History : ” Monad ”  is the codename for a command line interface in development as part of Microsoft’s Windows Longhorn project. It includes many features from traditional Unix shells, as well as object-oriented concepts. Monad  has grown to become a … Continue reading

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ITIL Change Mangement : Basic roles and responsibilty


After working on the live enviroments and going through the operations handling in the ITIL based infrastructure i thought i should write about it so that it helps us to see what is the role of the change mangement team … Continue reading

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