Hands-on: Citrix Terraform provider

11 Nov 2023
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Last week, Citrix released a Tech preview of the Citrix Terraform provider, which allows you to automate deployments and configurations of Citrix Virtual Apps & Desktops (CVAD) and Citrix Desktop as a Service (DaaS). This is very exciting for ...

Deploying a Hashicorp Vault in Microsoft Azure via Terraform

11 Sep 2023
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

When implementing infrastructure in the cloud, it is considered a best practice to employ a vault solution for securely storing credentials. HashiCorp offers such a solution known as Vault, which can be deployed via a Docker container. This blog p...

Mastering Mocking with Pester: CommandNotFoundException

18 Aug 2023
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Unit testing serves as a crucial method to ensure the quality of code. This principle is just as applicable to PowerShell through the utilization of Pester. Pester, the ubiquitous testing and mocking framework for PowerShell, becomes an indispensa...

Ansible: using the Evergreen API for collecting Windows apps

02 Feb 2023
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Obtaining the latest version of an application can often be a challenge. To address this issue, tools and projects such as Chocolaty, WinGet, or Evergreen were created. However, there may be situations where using these solutions is not permitted,...

Ansible: combining loop results in a single list

28 Jan 2023
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Sometimes, you may encounter a scenario that appears to be straightforward, but when it comes to coding, you find yourself quickly becoming frustrated. One such challenge is combining the results of multiple loops into a single list. It can take s...

Terraform 101 tip: element function

27 Aug 2021
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

In the last couple of months, my day-to-day work involves a lot working with Terraform. Now sometimes there are features or functions which are not described clearly. Therefore introducing 101 tips, a series sharing some tips that might help you. ...

LoadGen automation using PowerShell

30 Jun 2021
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Automation is key when performing a lot of LoadGen tests. Using the automation ensure consistency and will reduce time. At GO-EUC automation is heavily used to continuously execute LoadGen performance tests. This blog post will share how to start ...

Releasing an Azure DevOps artifact on GitHub releases

29 May 2021
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

When distributing software there are multiple options to achieve this. It can be provided via the website, using a cloud storage solution, using GitHub, etc. GitHub is a very common location to share the source code and releases, but it can also b...

Terraform & Ansible: Better Together

30 Apr 2021
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

Over the last couple of months, a lot of my time has been defining technology stacks for multiple projects. Many organizations are in the middle of the DevOps transition and looking for guidance in selecting the right technology stack. This blog p...

Top 5 challenges of DevOps in End User Computing (EUC)

29 Mar 2021
Ryan Ververs-Bijkerk

An ever increasing among of organizations are moving to a DevOps way of working. More often than not, this comes with challenges for both organizations and employees alike. This blog post will cover the top 5 challenges of the DevOps transition in...


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