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Server Monitoring using Powershell and DbaTools

script it…walk away.

I’m sure by now most of you have discovered dbatools, a wonderful library of PowerShell functions that make life as a  DBA so much better.   It’s a fantastic community full of people willing to help with minimal flaming and the library itself is frequently updated.

Initially I wanted to jump on the contribution train but IRL I have jobs to consider so instaed I took more of a end user role, working on familiarizing myself  with PowerShell in order to tap into the power of dbatools.  After writing some DBA specific utilities I started looking at the bigger picture of what I could do across the infrastructure with PowerShell.

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