Webcast – Install & Configure SQL Server with PowerShell DSC

On Tuesday May 7th at 7 AM EDT (GMT -4) the PowerShell Virtual Group of PASS will host Jess Pomfret as she presents her session: Install & Configure SQL Server with PowerShell DSC.

The recording for this session has been posted to the PowerShell VG YouTube channel:

Install & Configure SQL Server with PowerShell DSC

Get on the cutting edge by implementing infrastructure as code for your SQL Server environment. Using PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) we’ll look at how to take a newly built Windows Server and get it ready for prime time while discussing the benefits associated with infrastructure as code. – Setup Pre-Requisites – Install SQL Server – Configure SQL Server – Make SQL Server Application Ready

Jess Pomfret

Jess Pomfret is a SQL Server DBA at Westfield Group in Westfield, Ohio. She started working with SQL Server in 2011 and currently works as part of a team administering over 100 instances ranging from 2005 to 2017. She enjoys the problem-solving aspects of performance tuning and automating processes with PowerShell. She also enjoys contributing to dbatools and dbachecks, two open source PowerShell modules that aid DBAs with automating the management of SQL Server instances. She grew up in the South West of England and outside of her DBA life enjoys Crossfit, cycling and watching proper football.

Registration Links

If you’re already a member of PASS, use this link to register for the webinar with your PASS account: http://powershell.pass.org/Home.aspx?EventID=13325

If you’ve never heard of PASS and just want to learn how to “Install & Configure SQL Server with PowerShell DSC” without any commitment, use this link to register for the webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3184438960190324493

Wondering what DSC is?

Check out the SqlServerDsc module on the PowerShell Gallery: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/SqlServerDsc/

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