Powershell Training

About

This Windows PowerShell training course serves as a broad reference library of all the Microsoft's dynamic programming language and interactive command line shell can do. This course is a powerful reference for PowerShell versions 2, 3, and 4, and clearly explains everything an administrator might want to do with the shell.

Start from absolute zero and learn PowerShell as it was meant to be used. Advance into scripting and “toolmaking,” learning to make command-line and graphical tools from scratch. Move into advanced, real-world, field-proven topics such as reporting, trend analysis, and more. Learn super-advanced features like workflow and Desired State Configuration. Or find topics that go beyond the shell, such as using Component Object Model and .NET Framework classes in the shell.

It’s one course, with everything the shell touches. Encompassing more than 30 hours of instruction, combined with self-paced, hands-on labs (and video lab reviews), this Microsoft PowerShell training is the ultimate course for learning Windows PowerShell.

Recommended Experience
Familiarity with general Windows and Microsoft server administration
Recommended Equipment
Two virtual machines running a Windows client and server OS
Related Job Functions
Scripting and automation
DevOps
Client and server management


Objectives

In this course, you will gain the fundamental knowledge and skills to use Windows PowerShell for administering and automating the administration of your Windows-based servers. You will focus on primary Windows PowerShell command line features and techniques. You will gain prerequisite skills that support different Microsoft products. Learn to execute and monitor scripts more efficiently with more robust session connectivity, workflow capabilities, improved job scheduling, and Windows PowerShell Web Access. This course incorporates materials from the Official Microsoft Learning Product M10961: Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell.

Pre-requisites

  • ➤ Basic understanding of Windows system concepts
  • ➤ Familiarity with Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • ➤ Familiarity with a Text Editor
  • ➤ Experience with managing
  • ➤ Systems/applications/infrastructure or with build/deployments/automation
  • ➤ Familiarity with developing and building software
  • ➤ Familiarity with Visual Studio 2005, 2008, or 2010
  • ➤ Familiarity with their organizaiton's development process
  • ➤ Be able to read and understand C# and C++ code (all source code will be provided)

Features

  • ✔ 30 Hours instructor led online class
  • ✔ Hands on Approach - We emphasize on learning by doing.
  • ✔ Life time free re-enrollment to future DevOps courses
  • ✔ Life time free access to all learning materials including
  • ✔ Class recordings
  • ✔ Presentations
  • ✔ Sample Code
  • ✔ Projects
  • ✔ Total Lab Infrasture in cloud and 24x7 available
  • ✔ 70% of the class is consist of Lab
  • ✔ Each week assignments(total 4) with personal assistance
  • ✔ Two real time senario based projects with standard evaluation
  • ✔ 24x7 online support to queries during and after the course completion
  • ✔ 1 dedicated class for Interview preparations
  • Agenda

    1. Overview and PowerShell Primer
    Overview
    PowerShell Environments
    Expressions and Variables
    Flow Control
    Discover Stuff using Help
    Finding Commands and Making Mistakes
    Pipelines
    Members, Where-Object, and Foreach-Object
    Scripts and Execution Policy
    Module Summary
    Get-Help
    2. Cutting Corners in Windows Explorer
    PowerShell and .NET
    Location, Location, Location
    PowerShell Drives
    PowerShell Drives
    Invoke-Item
    Demo: Push-Project
    Functions
    Profiles
    Profiles and Hosts
    Push-Project Summary
    Module Summary
    Get-Help
    3. Using .NET From PowerShell
    PowerShell and .NET
    Creating Objects
    Referencing Types
    Using Static Members
    Using Instance Members
    Handling Events
    More Handling Events
    Loading Assemblies
    Summary
    Demo: Sandbagging Automation
    The convertTo-Sandbags.ps1 Script
    Demo: Sandbagging Automation Revisited
    Get-Help
    4. Creating a Rich Mercurial Environment in PowerShell
    PowerShell Commands vs. Console Applications
    Using Console Applications in PowerShell
    Demo: Capturing Commands as PowerShell Functions
    Supporting Pipeline Operations in Functions
    Customizing the PowerShell Prompt
    Demo: A Mercurial-Aware Prompt
    Demo: Automating Bisections - Introduction
    Demo: Automating Bisections - The Find-HgChangeset Function
    Demo: The Hg PowerShell Module
    Module Summary
    Get-Help
    5. Expanding PowerShell with Existing Modules
    A Toast ... to PowerShell Modules!
    Where You Find PowerShell Modules
    Useful Modules for Software Developers
    Demo: Module Discovery
    Demo: Manual Module Installation
    Module Summary
    Get-Help
    6. Automating Builds with Psake
    The nature of the Build
    Installing Psake
    Installing Psake
    Running a Psake Build Script
    Documenting a Psake Build Script
    Building Visual Studio Projects
    Tangent: Why Psake > MSBuild
    Demo: The PackageZip Task
    Demo: Configuring the Build
    Demo: Running Psake Builds in TeamCity
    Module Summary
    Get-Help
    7. Automating Visual Studio with StudioShell
    Automating Visual Studio with StudioShell
    Exploring Visual Studio Features with StudioShell
    Demo: Configuring Window Layouts
    Demo: Adding Psake Build Menu Items - Overview
    Demo: Adding Psake Build Menu Items
    Demo: Capturing Changes in a Solution Module
    Demo: Conditional Refactoring - Overview
    Demo: Conditional Refactoring - Strategy
    Demo: Conditional Refactoring - Scaling
    Module Summary
    Get-Help

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