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PowerShell for SQL Administration

55207AC (Class Pack)
PowerShell for SQL Administration
This one day lab-intensive course is targeted to Database Professionals who want to explore using PowerShell to administrate SQL Server. Here you will learn the power of PowerShell for writing reusable code, database tasks, customizing the environment, database development, monitoring and automation and much more.
Please contact your Learning Partner in order to take this course
Author: BlueBuffaloPress

Course Duration: 1 Days

SATV: Yes

About This Course

This course is intended for SQL administrators with little or basic knowledge of PowerShell. The course centers on SQL administrative tasks that are commonly used, and provides the basic understanding needed for administrators to utilize the expanding PowerShell SQL interoperations. The course concludes with a copy of course 752552 PowerShell 5.0 Basics.

Audience Profile

This course is intended for SQL Administrators and SQL Developers.

At Course Completion

  • Examine and install modules.
  • Examine and understand SQL Server Cmdlets.
  • Understand SQL Server Management Objects (SMO).
  • Understand recent updates.
  • Retrieve SQL Server instance information.
  • Understand and create logins.
  • Understand how to add files and filegroups.
  • Understand how to detach and attach databases.
  • Understand how to backup and restore databases.
  • Understand how to reorganize/rebuild indexes.
  • Explore available cmdlets.
  • Understand scheduling options.
  • Understand options for tracking performance metrics.
  • Understand and utilize SSAS.
  • Understand and utilize SSIS.
  • Understand and utilize SSRS.
  • Understand the evolution of PowerShell.
  • Understand and utilize the PowerShell environment.
  • Understand and utilize the all-important Help System.
  • Understand and utilize PowerShell.
  • Understand and utilize working with the file system.
  • Understand and utilize parameters.
  • Understand and utilize user-defined variables.
  • Understand and utilize arrays.
  • Understand and utilize hash tables.
  • Understand and execute cmdlets.
  • Understand and utilize the pipeline.
  • Understand how to control the output with formatting.
  • Understand background jobs.
  • Understand aliases.
  • Understand and utilize loops.
  • Understand and utilize While loops.
  • Understand and utilize Do While loops.
  • Understand and utilize Do Until loops.
  • Understand and utilize For loops.
  • Understand and utilize ForEach loops.
  • Understand altering loop execution.
  • Understand and utilize scripting.
  • Understand functions and filters.
  • Understand the basics of script design.
  • Understand scripting pitfalls.