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Pro PowerShell Desired State Configuration: An In-Depth Guide to Windows PowerShell DSC by Ravikanth Chaganti

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© Ravikanth Chaganti 2018

Ravikanth Chaganti, Pro PowerShell Desired State Configuration, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3483-9_15

15. DSC with AppVeyor CI

Ravikanth Chaganti

(1)Saideep Helicon, Bengaluru, India

In Chapter 14, you implemented a release pipeline for DSC resource modules using open source tooling and libraries. However, as you saw towards the end, building a complete automated pipeline involves tinkering with Git hooks. Also, there was no reporting around the build success or failure, or any historical reporting for the builds. This is where more evolved tools such as AppVeyor, among many others, can help. In this chapter, you will implement a release pipeline, similar to what you saw in Chapter 14, with AppVeyor.

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