Windows Server 2016 Automation with PowerShell Cookbook - Second Edition

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Learn
  • Streamline routine administration processes
  • Improve the performance and storage of your Windows server with enhanced large-scale PowerShell scripts
  • Use DSC to leverage Windows server features
  • Generate automatic reports that highlight unexpected changes in your environment
  • Monitor performance and report on system utilization using detailed graphs and analysis
  • Create and manage a reliable and redundant Hyper-V environment
  • Manage your enterprise's patch level
  • Utilize multiple tools and protocols to manage your environment
About

This book showcases several ways that Windows administrators can use to automate and streamline their job. You'll start with the PowerShell and Windows Server fundamentals, where you'll become well versed with PowerShell and Windows Server features.

In the next module, Core Windows Server 2016, you'll implement Nano Server, manage Windows updates, and implement troubleshooting and server inventories. You'll then move on to the Networking module, where you'll manage Windows network services and network shares.

The last module covers Azure and DSC, where you will use Azure on PowerShell and DSC to easily maintain Windows servers.

Features
  • Automate Windows server tasks with the powerful features of the PowerShell Language
  • Master new features such as DevOps, containers, and Nano servers, and speed up their performance using PowerShell
  • Improve PowerShell's usability, and control and manage Windows-based environments by working through inviting recipes
Page Count 660
Course Length 19 hours 48 minutes
ISBN 9781787122048
Date Of Publication 20 Sep 2017

Authors

Thomas Lee

Thomas Lee is a consultant/trainer/writer from England and has been in the IT business since the late 1960's. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University, Thomas joined ComShare where he was a systems programmer building the Commander II time-sharing operating system, a forerunner of today's Cloud computing paradigm. In the mid 1970's he moved to ICL to work on the VME/K operating system. After a sabbatical in 1980/81, he joined Accenture, leaving in 1988 to run his own consulting and training business, which is still active today.

Thomas holds numerous Microsoft certifications, including MCSE (one of the first in the world) and later versions, MCT (25 years), and was awarded Microsoft's MVP award 17 times.