DBAs and Windows systems administrators who are managing SQL Server virtual machines on Amazon AWS
Managing SQL Server virtual machines (VMs) on Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be cumbersome, repetitive and boring if you simply rely on the graphical user interface. Imagine having to manage multiple SQL Server VMs as part of your day-to-day operations – you are wasting a lot of precious time.
You can leverage Microsoft PowerShell to automate repetitive tasks that involve managing SQL Server VMs on Amazon AWS. In this session, learn how to use the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell, the different PowerShell cmdlets for managing SQL Server VMs on Amazon AWS and how to write scripts to automate DBA repetitive tasks.
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Edwin M Sarmiento
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