Attached are the slides I presented at the PDC. Enjoy! Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows Management Partner ArchitectVisit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShellVisit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx ES24_Snover_v02.pptx
Scott Fulton has a good article describing my PDC talk HERE. In it he says, “Starting with version 2, a user can conceivably write new PowerShell cmdlets in PowerShell, using the built-in IDE, completely independently of Visual Studio.” This is true but there is more to the story so here it is.
icomasoft has just released VI PowerScripter. PowerScripter is a PowerShell based extension module to VMWare’s VI Client. I have not seen it but looking at the online manual has got to make any admin start drooling. The thing I like about this so much is that it leverages both PowerGadgets and PowerGUI.
In my previous blog post, I mentioned that we were all very proud and optimistic about W7 and WS08R2. There are tons of reasons for this including how well the project has been run, the hardcore focus on quality and performance,
I love the PDC. You meet a ton of great people, see a ton of great technology and have time to think about how to take your game to the next level. The big announcement was Windows Azure (I don’t know about you but when I say that,
Wow – the NY Times is Johnny-on-the-spot with their analysis of the 10 best features of Windows 7 for IT Pros HERE. It turns out that PowerShell is responsible for 3 of them! Come review time, I’m telling my boss that we’re responsible for 30% of the value of W7.
This month’s TechNet magazine has a great video demo from Don Jones where he uses WMI to generate a simple Software Inventory Report. The great thing about Don is his awesome ability to break things down into a series of simple steps.
I was writing a demo yesterday and needed a quick and dirty way to generate some XML so I wrote the function below. This highlights a couple of changes that are coming up in CTP3 that I thought I would preview. 1) The keyword “cmdlet” is going away and we’ll just have “function”.
I was pleased to see Mitch Denny’s announcement and demo of a PowerShell snapin for GoGrid. GoGrid is a cloud-based, multi-tier grid hosting service leveraging virtual machines. The snapin is a shared source effort at CodePlex (there are now 52 PowerShell CodePlex Projects).
I’m giving the following session at the PDC in LA in a couple of weeks: PowerShell: Creating Manageable Web Services Learn how to create management web services using Windows PowerShell. Topics include: how to script against of a large set of machines,
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