Systems administrators that manage multi-platform systems, Linux, Windows and Mac
PowerShell is now available on Linux and Mac, and you want to use it to manage your multi-platform data center. In this session, we will introduce Open Source version, PowerShell Core and learn why this is a big deal.
Then we’ll get into the essentials of using PowerShell on Linux and Mac. We’ll start with installation, work our way into using cmdlets and bash integration, building pipelines, heterogenous operating system remoting scenarios and discuss Desired State Configuration.
In this session we’ll cover the following
- Installing PowerShell on Linux
- Finding Help
- Working with cmdlets and bash integration
- Comparing the PowerShell pipeline and a UNIX style text-based pipeline
- Remoting across different platforms
- Desired State Configuration
Why I Want to Present This Session:
Microsoft has embraced the Open Source community, so let’s learn how to manage multi-platform systems with PowerShell Core
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