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The definitive guide to automating SQL Server admnistration with Powershell scriptsIf you're a SQL Server database administrator, this book will make your life easier. Windows PowerShell is an administrative scripting tool that allows you to automate many tasks you're probably currently doing by hand. This nuts-and-bolts guide shows you how to create Windows PowerShell scripts to administer almost every aspect of SQL Server.You'll get a thorough introduction to PowerShell basics and all the PowerShell components that have been integrated into SQL Server 2008, as well as actual administration tasks. The book provides complete scripts that have been tested and proven, saving you hours of effort. The new release of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 now includes Windows PowerShell, allowing administrators of large-scale enterprise databases to automate many tasks SQL Server 2008 Administration with Windows PowerShell introduces you to PowerShell, covering its components in detail as well as providing basic instruction in using scripts to administer the database The book includes numerous examples of SQL tasks that have been automated and also provides completed scripts that you can put to use immediately The Companion Web site includes complete code scriptsIf you're a database administrator, the scripts and techniques in SQL Server 2008 Administration with Windows PowerShell will save you hours of effort.
Table of Contents
What is Windows PowerShell?
Windows PowerShell Command Types, SnapIns, and Cmdlets
Windows PowerShell Programming, Scripting, Error Handling and Debugging
Windows PowerShell Functions, Parameters, Sourcing, Scopes and User Profiles
Working with File System, Registry, and Variables
Working with Event Logs
Working with Windows Services and Processes
Working with WMI
WMI Provider for Configuration Management
WMI Provider for Server Events
Windows PowerShell in SQL Server 2008 Environment, SQL Server PowerShell Provider
Managing Policies through SQLSERVER:\SQLPolicy
Windows PowerShell and SMO
Building SQL Server Standards and PowerShell Coding Standard
Building SQL Server Inventory
Database Administration and SQL Server Installation
Collecting SQL Server Performance and Host Performance Data
Monitoring SQL Server
Monitoring Disk Space Usage, Database Files and Backups
Generating Database Scripts
cmdlets related to Core Snapins
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