Managing SQL Server with Powershell

 

About the Presentation

Managing SQL Server with PowershellHave you dipped your toe into the SQL Server Powershell pool, but are still lost on how you can make it work for you? Maybe you’re just looking for a few more tools to help you better manage SQL Server administration? In this session, we will cover a handful of useful scripts and patterns in Powershell that will ease your management of SQL Server. Backups, file management, instance configuration, and several other areas will be covered. By attending this session, you will learn more about how you can use Powershell effectively in your environment.

Learning Objectives

  1. Powershell basics and how they apply to SQL Server
  2. What specific Powershell tools exist for managing SQL Server
  3. Practical use cases and demos of how Powershell can be used to manage SQL Server

Session Level: 101 – Foundational

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About the Author

SQL Server Consultant

Michael Fal

Michael S. Fal is an UpSearch Alum and Microsoft Data Platform MVP. He is a specialist in data management technologies. As a community advocate, public speaker, and blogger, Mike is a practicing thought leader for data and automation. He is passionate about DevOps and data, building platforms to optimize, protect, and use data efficiently.

Mike has been working with databases for more than 15 years. He continues to blog at http://mikefal.net since 2011, writing about a wide range of topics that center around data management. He is an active member, and former board member, of the Denver SQL Server User Group as well as a volunteer for the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS).

Learn more about Michael Fal at https://upsearch.com/michael-fal/.

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