Powershell Jumpstart for SQL Server DBAs

 

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Powershell Jumpstart for SQL Server DBAsSQL Server Powershell can be hard. As a language, it is fairly complex and provides a large array of functionality. Fortunately, you can teach yourself how to use Powershell with tools that are built right into the language. This session will cover some Powershell fundamentals, how you can use Powershell itself to learn about concepts and syntax, and techniques for using Powershell with SQL Server. We will focus on core language patterns that you can use immediately, taking the mystery out of the code and helping you start writing your own Powershell scripts. The key to learning Powershell is using it and this session will give you a launchpad to start building your own tools.

Session Level: Beginner

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About the Author

SQL Server Consultant

Michael Fal

Michael Fal is a SQL Server Consultant at UpSearch.

Mike 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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UpSearch is a leading Microsoft Gold Partner for organizations who rely on Microsoft’s Data Platforms, and its mission is to enable every leader to unlock data’s full potential.

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