Joey Aiello

Program Manager, PowerShell Core

Program Manager at Microsoft for PowerShell Core

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Announcing SecretManagement 1.1 GA

SecretManagement 1.1 is now generally available

Announcing PowerShell 7.1

We're proud to announce the release of PowerShell 7.1, the latest major update to PowerShell 7. This release includes a number of improvements and fixes that build on top of the PowerShell 7.0 release in March and the recent GA release of .NET 5. Since then, the PowerShell Team (and many of you, our community contributors, thank you!) have...

PowerShell Working Groups

Since we open sourced PowerShell in 2016, PowerShell has been an immensely popular project on GitHub. Every year, 700-1000 PRs and 1300-1500 issues are submitted to the PowerShell repo, with roughly half of the PRs and 90% of the issues filed from the community. We realize that some of these issues and PRs have been piling up and, as ...

Announcing PowerShell 7.0

Today, we're happy to announce the Generally Available (GA) release of PowerShell 7.0! Before anything else, we'd like to thank our many, many open-source contributors for making this release possible by submitting code, tests, documentation, and issue feedback. PowerShell 7 would not have been possible without your help. What is ...

Announcing the PowerShell 7.0 Release Candidate

After 6 previews, we're happy to announce the release of the PowerShell 7 Release Candidate (RC). Whether you've been running PowerShell Core since our first alpha releases or you've been clinging to Windows PowerShell for backwards compatibility, 7.0 delivers a host of improvements to make your life better. This is a "go live" release...

Improvements in Windows PowerShell Container Images

Beginning with Windows Server 20H1 Insider builds, Windows Server Core Insider images have been reduced in size from ~2.1 GBs to ~1.1 GBs. How did the Server Core images get over 40% smaller? Traditionally, Windows 10 and Windows Server have always included a set of .NET native binaries that were pre-compiled using the Native Image ...

Public Preview of PowerShell in Azure Functions 2.x

Over the last six months, we've been hard at work integrating PowerShell Core with Azure Functions 2.x. Today, I'm happy to announce that we're releasing public preview of PowerShell support for Azure Functions 2.x for Windows (Consumption, Premium, and App Service pricing plans). I already know I want this, give me the good stuff! ...

Announcing PowerShell Core 6.1

We're proud to announce that the latest version of PowerShell has been released! This marks our second supported release of PowerShell Core, the open-source edition of PowerShell that works on Linux, macOS, and Windows!
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PowerShell Core now available as a Snap package

The goal of PowerShell Core is to be the ubiquitous language for managing your assets in the hybrid cloud. That's why we've worked to make it available on many operating systems, architectures, and flavors of Linux, macOS, and Windows as possible. Today, we're happy to announce an addition to our support matrix: PowerShell Core is now ...
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PowerShell Core 6.0: Generally Available (GA) and Supported!

PowerShell Core 6.0 is a new edition of PowerShell that is cross-platform (Windows, macOS, and Linux), open-source, and built for heterogeneous environments and the hybrid cloud. First and foremost, thank you to all of our amazing community, especially our open-source contributors (the most recent of which you can find on our community ...