Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Administration with Windows PowerShell 2.0 is a nuts and bolts guide to creating Windows PowerShell scripts that can be used to administer every aspect of SQL Server. With a very hands-on approach, it guides the reader through the basics of Windows PowerShell, the available Windows PowerShell components that have been integrated into SQL Server 2008, and actual administration tasks. By providing clear, well-structured examples, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Administration with Windows PowerShell 2.0 shows the reader how to construct effective solutions that can improve the SQL Server administration and monitoring in an enterprise environment. Readers who do not have any background in Windows PowerShell will be introduced to it in the first eight chapters. These eight chapters help the reader understand the basics of writing Windows PowerShell scripts and show the reader how to use the scripts to administer the overall operating system. Chapter 9 and 10 shows the reader how to access the WMI provider for SQL Server. Chapter 11 and 12 take on the Windows PowerShell components that have been integrated into SQL Server 2008, and explain the usage of each of them in great details. Chapter 13 show reader SQL Server Management Object (SMO) programs with Windows PowerShell. Chapter 14 and 15 provide the reader with ample examples of building a SQL Server tasks inventory over an existing or new environment and guide them to use various standards. Chapter 16, 17,18,19,20 and 21 shows the user on how to create Windows PowerShell scripts to handle an array of SQL Server administrative tasks for servers in the inventory.
Introduction. 1. What is Windows PowerShell? 2. Windows PowerShell Command Types, SnapIns, and Cmdlets. 3. Windows PowerShell Programming, Scripting, Error Handling and Debugging. 4. Windows PowerShell Functions, Parameters, Sourcing, Scopes and User Profiles. 5. Working with File System, Registry, and Variables. 6. Working with Event Logs. 7. Working with Windows Services and Processes. 8. Working with WMI. 9. WMI Provider for Configuration Management. 10. WMI Provider for Server Events. 11. Windows PowerShell in SQL Server 2008 Environment, SQL Server PowerShell Provider. 12. Managing Policies through SQLSERVER:\SQLPolicy. 13. Windows PowerShell and SMO. 14. Building SQL Server Standards and PowerShell Coding Standard. 15. Building SQL Server Inventory. 16. Database Administration and SQL Server Installation. 17. Collecting SQL Server Performance and Host Performance Data. 18. Monitoring SQL Server. 19. Monitoring Disk Space Usage, Database Files and Backups. 20. Defining Policies. 21. Generating Database Scripts. Appendix A: cmdlets related to Core Snapins. Index.
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