4 Nov

MVP Community Day \ PowerShell Day 9th Nov’2013 | Gurgaon

Dear Friends,Community_Day_9_nov_2013_Sarab

This Saturday (9th Nov’2013) South East Asia MVP Community is celebrating MVP Community Day, a day dedicated to Knowledge sharing & Learning.


On this very day New Delhi PowerShell User Group is organizing an event in Gurgaon, and luckily my session “Managing SQL Server using PowerShell” has been selected. Aman Dhally (PowerShell MVP) is also taking a session on Managing Event Logs using PowerShell.

This session is for all those who want to learn PowerShell and want to know more about its integration with Event Logs etc. Please use the below link to register for the event.

Register here : https://www.eventbrite.ie/event/9156263631

Session Details
Time Session Topic Presenter
9:30 – 10 AM Start of Registrations  
10  – 11 AM Managing SQL Server using PowerShell Sarabpreet Singh Anand
11 -11:15 AM Tea Break  
11:15 – 12:15 PM Managing Windows Event Logs using PowerShell Aman Dhally
MVP PowerShell)


See you at the event.

Sarabpreet Singh Anand & Aman Dhally

3 Jun

MS Webcast | Lunch Time – How to Monitor SQL Servers using Powershell – Part 1 | 26-June-2013

I’ll be delivering another webcast in Lunch Time series and this time its on How to Monitor SQL Servers using Powershell – Part 1. Join this webcast to learn how to create your own monitoring solution for SQL Servers using Powershell.

About the Session: Monitoring and Alerting is a vital process of every IT Pro and if you are managing more than just a couple of SQL Servers it becomes indispensable. This webcast will guide you and explain the ted-bits about creating your own Monitoring Solution. This will work as a Ice-Breaker session for those who don’t know much about PowerShell and how to use PowerShell to create your own customized monitoring\alerting solution.

To Register visit: https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032555479&Culture=en-IN&community=0


5 Jul

Powershell for SQL Server

Hi Guys,

I am going to start a new blog on “Powershell for SQL Server”.


Enjoy Smile

Sarabpreet Singh