In this session give you all you need to understand what’s going on with SQL Server SMO and PowerShell Core. I will be covering working with SMO in Linux and Windows giving example on how to create powershell scripts. SMO is an integral part of Windows and Linux which every SQL Admin scripter need to understand. This presentation will provide the a starting point for creating Cross-platform scripts as there are changes to the way SMO is use in PowerShell Core that will impact your SQLServer scripting. At the same time, I’ll be covering the latest SqlServer module use for cross-platform scripting.
Max is from Puerto Rico and has been working with computers since
1979. Throughout many years, he has worked with SQL Server Technologies,
provided support to Windows Servers/Client machines, Microsoft
Virtualization Technologies, and built some Visual Studio solutions. He
is a Microsoft PowerShell MVP since 2009 (7 yrs) and MVP SAPIEN
He speaks in most of the SQLSaturday, IT Pro and .NET camps events
around the Florida’s State. He is the founder of the Florida PowerShell
You can find Max on Twitter at @MaxTrinidad or @SapienTech.