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Loggly is a Logging as a Service provider that’s become very popular lately. Loggly allows Applications and Systems to write log data into the cloud using various application libraries. But at a very basic level you can post log data to Loggly’s RESTful API. Loggly then provides a dashboard for searching and filtering log data....
Often times changing Application Pool settings in IIS means having to touch all the Application Pools that are used by a single website. For web farms hosting several websites this can easily get complicated. One way to handle this is to find all the Application Pools within a Website and then update them as needed.
Push notifications to our mobile devices are something we’ve all become used to and expect from modern applications. But sending push notifications from our scripts is not as easy as sending emails. One system that fills that gap is Pushover. They provide a mobile app for iOS and Android that costs $5. After purchasing it...
In some environments adding new virtual directories is a daily, if not hourly task. Automating this type of work is what we all prefer. Here’s some Powershell I’ve used recently to¬†script IIS Virtual Directory setup. One thing about this script I like is it takes very little input, just the website name. The script pulls...
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