Install-LESS Sitecore Installation

It was not long ago when you need to mention Docker at least once during your presentation to make it cool and trendy. And actually, there is a good reason for that. Containerization provides a way to make environments portable and immutable.
Immutable infrastructure for Sitecore would be much desired, but containers are on Windows are not so cool yet.
It doesn’t mean that you cannot get it but we will need to bake it a bit different. Let me show you how…

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Install-LESS Sitecore Installation

Generate NuGet packages for Sitecore releases via PowerShell

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I’ve been working a lot on Sitecore development infrastructure recently and package management is one of the areas, particularly NuGet.

Unfortunately, Sitecore doesn’t provide any feed that you could use right away. so carrying over Sitecore DLLs in a repository is a standard practice that I’ve seen for few years and actually been using.

So I decided to create my own packages and here how I did it.

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Manipulating config files with PowerShell

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It is a quite common situation when you need to prepare multiple Sitecore servers with different roles. If you take a look a Sitecore documentation you will find a huge amount of tables with configuration files that need to be enabled/disabled.

Going manually through all of them isn’t the most fun task you could do, so I prefer to do this only once. Don’t repeat yourself 🙂

Also, this would be needed for an environment automation work I’m involved in, but this would be a separate set of posts. Continue reading “Manipulating config files with PowerShell”

Manipulating config files with PowerShell