Automation is at the heart of DevOps. PowerShell was built solely with automation in mind. It can be used to build standalone tools and is supported in nearly every DevOps tool. Don't get left behind. Level up your DevOps skills with PowerShell!
PowerShell is a ubiquitous scripting and development language that can be applied across a wide swath of use-cases; DevOps is a great example. Through support for many software tools like configuration management, infrastructure provisioning and all of the clouds, PowerShell has become a staple for many system administrators, cloud and IT professionals and DevOps engineers.
In this course, PowerShell DevOps Playbook, you will learn how to apply your PowerShell skills across a wide range of use cases in the DevOps arena.
You will get introduced to running PowerShell scripts via Ansible, a configuration management tool, automating test infrastructure build-outs with Azure ARM templates and Azure DevTest labs. You'll also see how you can build a fully-automated build and release pipeline using the AppVeyor build tool and some PowerShell kung fu. We'll wrap up the course to demonstrate how to build beautiful but useful monitoring dashboards purely in PowerShell.
When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to apply PowerShell across many automation and DevOps use cases.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Adam Bertram. Welcome to my course, PowerShell Devops Playbook. I am a Microsoft MVP and founder of the technology community TechSnips. Did you know that PowerShell is integrated into hundreds of DevOps tools? It's true. You can write PowerShell code to be run in all kinds of software deployment and infrastructure provisioning tooling. PowerShell is also so flexible sometimes you don't even need a third-party tool at all. Just build it in PowerShell. This course is a playbook course, meaning we're going to cover unique scenarios in each module all built around a single theme using PowerShell in a DevOps world. Some of the major topics that we will cover include running PowerShell in Ansible, deploying Azure resources, automating deployment of PowerShell modules from GitHub, building a complete CI/CD pipeline with AppVeyor, building test infrastructure in Azure with Azure DevTest Labs, and wrapping things up by building CI/CD pipeline monitoring dashboards with PowerShell. By the end of this course, you will have learned a few ways to leverage your PowerShell skills in the DevOps arena. I hope you'll join me on this journey to PowerShell DeOps automation domination with this PowerShell Devops Playbook course, at Pluralsight.