Pester is normally used for testing PowerShell code, but did you know you can use it to test your infrastructure as well? Infrastructure as Code is becoming a popular way to describe your environment. Knowing that, doesn’t it make sense to test your infrastructure as though it were code as well?
Brandon Olin @devblackops
Brandon is a Cloud Architect focusing on the cloud, automation, configuration management, and monitoring. He spends much of his time exploring new technologies to drive the business forward and loves to apply ideas pioneered in the DevOps community to the traditional enterprise environment with the goal of solving real-world business problems. Brandon is active in the PowerShell community with a number of projects published to the PowerShell Gallery.