Desired State Configuration and Hyper-V – Part 2 – DSC Resources
Hello everyone, and welcome back to our series on Desired State Configuration and Hyper-V!
Every once in awhile it seems like we run into a new technology that really changes the way that system administrators perform their jobs, and Desired State Configuration (DSC) is really beginning to lead in that direction.
As we saw in the previous entry in this series, we found that DSC’s primary function is to enforce configurations on a target node, but it also has a number of other useful features, such as making the configuration of new systems much easier, and preventing misconfiguration from occurring over time.
I’m sure I don’t have to spend much time attempting to convince you to start learning this technology as I’m hoping the intro post spoke for itself, so let’s dig right back into this series with DSC resources.
Read the entire article here, Desired State Configuration and Hyper-V – Part 2 – DSC Resources