Scripting with Windows PowerShell gives developer skills to ops admins — they can improve the flow of DevOps app build and deployment, as well as support cloud use.
I’ve been in IT operations for nearly two decades, a job where I could answer help desk calls, fix computers, rack servers, spin up VMs and crawl through ceilings pulling CAT5 behind me. To succeed in IT ops takes a figurative utility belt of tools for management and monitoring tasks.
Each tool an IT operations professional has aids them tremendously — Angry IP Scanner keeps an eye on the network, TreeSize ensures server storage consumption stays on spec — but it was Windows PowerShell programming that gave me the power to truly automate anything.
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