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Powershell and the Art of SQL Server Deployment

Thu, Jan 11 2018 19:00 UTC

Powershell and the Art of SQL Server Deployment

What if I told you that you could install SQL Server without ever logging into your machine? Desired State Configuration is the new "killer" feature of Powershell 4.0 and gives administrators the ability to manage server configurations in a consistent manner. Using DSC, SQL Server admins can now build a configuration that will deploy SQL Server to any number of instances in the same way every time. Combine this with some additional configuration scripts that can be run remotely on demand, and you will be able to let Powershell build your SQL Servers while you relax with a cup of coffee. By attending this session, you will be able to see what makes up DSC, how it works, and watch it in action as we use it to deploy test SQL Servers the same way. Every time. Mike Fal(@mike_fal) 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. Since 1999, Mike has been working in the database field, focusing primarily on SQL Server and specializes in automating data solutions to improve the reliability and efficiency of his environments. He currently works for Rubrik as a Database Solutions Engineer and has been caught playing trombone in public on more than one occasion.


Michael Fal

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. Since 1999, Mike has been working in the database field, focusing primarily on SQL Server and specializes in automating data solutions to improve the reliability and efficiency of his environments. He has been caught playing trombone in public on more than one occasion.

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