Tag Archives: powershell

Tech-Meet by Delhi User Group | 01-Nov-2014 | Gurgaon

Hi friends! Delhi User Group presents Tech-Meet, your chance to learn Hot technologies from Industry experts. The half-day free event for professionals in Delhi NCR includes a great line-up of industry-recognized speakers. The event will start at sharp 9:30 AM and security takes time so please be on time to skip the line and grab …

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

Dear Friends, 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 …

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 …

Delhi User Group Meet | 20-April-2013 | Gurgaon

Hi there! For the month of April, Delhi User Group brings you a chance to learn enterprise-grade Microsoft technologies like PowerShell and SQL Server. The half-day free event for professionals in Delhi NCR includes a great line-up of industry-recognized speakers. I’ll be speaking on Nuts and Bolts of Security in SQL Server 2012. Registration required …

Quotes in Powershell

In General Quotes are considered to be there just to let interpreter know that the value enclosed within quotes should be treated as a single string. But in reality there are many other uses and types of quotes supported by Powershell. The two types of Quotes are Single Quotes and Double Quotes. Let’s say we …

SQL with its own Powershell?

SQL Server 2008 and powershell are strongly integrated. In fact, SQL Server 2008 comes with its own Powershell. Microsoft SQL Server Powershell also known as SQLPS is basically a custom shell built to be used just for SQL Server. SQLPS comes preconfigured with all SQL Server extensions. Technically speaking SQLPS is a mini-custom-powershell which has …

Powershell for SQL Server

Hi Guys, I am going to start a new blog on “Powershell for SQL Server”.   Enjoy Sarabpreet Singh Related posts: SQL with its own Powershell? How to Connect to SQL Server using Powershell MS Webcast | Lunch Time – How to Monitor SQL Servers using Powershell – Part 1 | 26-June-2013 SQL Server Day …

SQL Server Day – Bangalore, 15 October 2011

SQLServerGeeks.com delivered its 3rd SQL Server Day event in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India. Sudhir Rawat from Microsoft featured in our events for the 2nd time and delivered a rocking session on Denali Business Intelligence. This was followed by Sarabpreet Singh delivering a session in PowerShell for SQL Server. His Powershell expertise was much …