Why should database administrators learn PowerShell?

by May 16, 2019

Microsoft’s PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language. It is an automation platform and scripting language that simplifies the management of Windows and Linux environments. It is designed primarily for system administration. It is becoming increasingly common as an automation tool for database administrators. Built on the .NET Framework, PowerShell controls and automates the management of the Windows and Linux operating system and the applications that run on Windows and Linux.

View the infographic “Why DBAs Should Learn Powershell? to learn how to create useful tools, automate repetitive tasks, save time, automate multiple servers, monitor servers, import, and export files, create PowerShell SMO scripts, and set up compliance audits.

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