Session 3: Automating the DBA's Workload

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Presented by: Allen White An introduction to Policy-Based Management and a demonstration of how to set up PBM using PowerShell, followed by a walkthrough of the registered server and Central Management Server setup via scripts. Then a discussion of maintaining a server inventory and gathering SQL Server performance data via PowerShell, and a demonstration on using PowerShell Remoting to manage multiple servers simultaneously.

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This video is part of the SQL Server Database Administration with PowerShell On Demand training.

This class will first introduce you to PowerShell, after which you'll learn the basic SMO object model, how to manipulate data with PowerShell, and how to use SMO to manage objects. We'll then move on to creating Policy-Based Management policies, working with the Central Management Server, managing your system inventory, and gathering performance data with PowerShell.

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