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Intro to SQL Server Automation with PowerShell

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March 26th, 2015, a date which will live in infamy!

Well, at least for me it will. March 26th, 2015 marks the date I gave my first presentation at my local SQL PASS user group meeting. Here is the picture as proof!

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I was very excited to be able to share some of my knowledge with everyone who showed up. I hope to be able to do it again some time.

I am going to keep this post short and sweet. I just wanted to get it out here so I could share the PowerPoint presentation and the demo scripts, both of which are attached at the bottom of this blog post. Hoping someone will find them useful.

I do want to mention that some of the scripts in the demos were coded for the machine that I gave them on, so I can’t promise that they will work right out the the box for you. Don’t let that discourage you though. Troubleshooting broken scripts can be a great learning exercise. Hack around and see what you can figure out on your own. If you get stuck or have any questions feel free to ask. I will be happy to respond.

Happy scripting!

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Chris started in computing and I.T. in the mid to late 1990's. After the dust had settled from Y2K, he found himself a bit more focused and working with database servers on the Unix platform. His first exposure to SQL Server was in 2007 and he has been working on that platform ever since. Chris is currently a Sr. SQL Server DBA in more of a DevOps role with a main focus on operational reliability, stability and performance. His specialty is automation. He truly enjoys the days he gets to spend building tools with PowerShell to help his fellow DBA's manage their ever growing SQL Server environment.

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