This article is Part 9 in a 9-Part series about POSHOrigin, a PowerShell module that aims to assist you in managing your Infrastructure via custom PowerShell DSC resources.
- Part 1 - POSHOrigin - Summary
- Part 2 - POSHOrigin - Installation
- Part 3 - POSHOrigin - Configuration File
- Part 4 - POSHOrigin - Defaults File
- Part 5 - POSHOrigin - Load, Test, and Execute Configurations
- Part 6 - POSHOrigin - Sharing Configurations
- Part 7 - POSHOrigin - Credential Resolvers
- Part 8 - POSHOrigin - Examples
- Part 9 - POSHOrigin - Wrapping Up <<
If you’ve made it this far I thank you for reading through all these posts. I hope you have found them interesting and maybe I’ve piqued your interest in this project.
This is still at the very earliest stages and there are still areas for improvement and opportunities to extend it for more use cases. I encourage you to try it out for yourself and share your ideas on how it can be made better.
You can always send me a note on this blog or reach me on Twitter @devblackops](https://twitter.com/devblackops).