PowerShell-Based SQL Management Console

Chad Miller @cmille19 has just published his SQL Server PowerShell Extensions PowerPack for anyone to download and use.

The console has tons of functionality to access and manage all the aspects of SQL: servers, databases, permissions, replication, services, and so on, and so forth.

And for accidental DBAs like myself it is just a great resource for managing SQL and learning how to script it (because I can see all the PowerShell code behind!) If you like myself don’t know and might not have time to learn T-SQL and standardize on PowerShell for your scripts – this is a great resource to download and start using.

Read more about the pack in Chad’s blog. Download the pack here.

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