PowerShell 7 Release Candidate Is Here!!
Max Trinidad - The PowerShell Front
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3y ago
The moment everyone has been waiting for some time is here, PowerShell Release Candidate is available for download. This a “Go Live” release officially supported in production by Microsoft. Everyone in the Microsoft PowerShell Team, with the help of the community, has done an excellent job with the evolution of this new version of PowerShell. Read all about it on the PowerShell DevBlogs recent post “Announcing the PowerShell 7.0 Release Candidate“. Make sure to read all previous posts as they perfectly outlined under the “Why is PowerShell 7 so awesome?” section of the release candidate post ..read more
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At Coders Cafe: PowerShell – Introduction to SQL Server Containers
Max Trinidad - The PowerShell Front
by admin
3y ago
I’ll be presenting at the South Florida .NET User Group Coders Cafe on Tuesday, August 8th, 6:30 PM. Location: Cendyn Spaces, Boca Raton. Topic: PowerShell – Introduction to SQL Server Containers Description: This session will be covering the basic of working with Containers and PowerShell Core. We’ll be taking the steps of creating a SQL Server 2019 container in an Ubuntu 18.04 Linux system. Then, will be using PowerShell Core to connect to the SQL Server containers to extract information.    Interested in attending this session, click here to register ..read more
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Using Linux dpkg packager to install PowerShell 7 Preview in Ubuntu 18.04
Max Trinidad - The PowerShell Front
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3y ago
Just another way to install PowerShell Preview beside using “apt” or “snap”.  As in this sample, you don’t need to register the package repository. Get the Preview link First, look under the release documentation and search for the deb package. In my case I’m install the amd64 version. Then, right-click on the “powershell-preview_7.0.0-preview.2-1.ubuntu.18.04_amd64.deb”, and select “Copy link address“. This will copy the following link address: https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.0.0-preview.2/powershell-preview_7.0.0-preview.2-1.ubuntu.18.04_amd64.deb Download the ..read more
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PowerShell Core – Working with Persistent Disk Storage in Docker Containers
Max Trinidad - The PowerShell Front
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4y ago
This quick blog post will hope to give you a heads up in how to work with container(s) disk data. It’s a known fact that container(s) storing data will not persist if the container is removed. Yes! If you build a container to store your data, it will be gone. Containers are perfectly suited for testing, meant to fast deployment of a solution, and can be easily deployed to the cloud. It’s cost effective! Very important to understand! Containers disk data only exist while the container is running. If the container is removed, that data is gone. So, you got to find the way to properly configure y ..read more
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