Santos Donabel, "SQL Server 2012 with PowerShell V3 Cookbook"
English | ISBN: 1849686467 | 2012 | EPUB/MOBI+Code files | 634 pages | 50,7 MB
This versatile book is a great work companion if you're a SQL Server database professional who wants to exploit the potential of PowerShell. Dip into the recipes or treat it like a training course - the choice is yours.
Provides over a hundred practical recipes that utilize PowerShell to automate, integrate and simplify SQL Server tasks
Offers easy to follow, step-by-step guide to getting the most out of SQL Server and PowerShell
Covers numerous guidelines, tips, and explanations on how and when to use PowerShell cmdlets, WMI, SMO, .NET classes or other components
Builds a strong foundation that gets you comfortable using PowerShell with SQL Server-empowering you to create more complex scripts that you need in your day-to-day job
PowerShell is Microsoft's new command-line shell and scripting language that promises to simplify automation and integration across different Microsoft applications and components. Database professionals can leverage PowerShell by utilizing its numerous built-in cmdlets, or using any of the readily available .NET classes, to automate database tasks, simplify integration, or just discover new ways to accomplish the job at hand.
"SQL Server 2012 with PowerShell V3 Cookbook" provides easy-to-follow, practical examples for the busy database professional. Whether you're auditing your servers, or exporting data, or deploying reports, there is a recipe that you can use right away!
You start off with basic topics to get you going with SQL Server and PowerShell scripts and progress into more advanced topics to help you manage and administer your SQL Server databases.
The first few chapters demonstrate how to work with SQL Server settings and objects, including exploring objects, creating databases, configuring server settings, and performing inventories. The book then deep dives into more administration topics like backup and restore, credentials, policies, jobs, snapshots, publications, and subscriptions.
Additional development and BI-specific topics are also explored, including deploying and downloading assemblies, BLOB data, SSIS packages, and SSRS reports.
A short PowerShell primer is also provided as a supplement in the Appendix, which the database professional can use as a refresher or occasional reference material. Packed with more than 100 practical, ready-to-use scripts, "SQL Server 2012 with PowerShell V3 Cookbook" will be your go-to reference in automating and managing SQL Server.