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POWER SHELL

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PowerShell

PowerShell is the shell framework developed by Microsoft for administration tasks such as configuration management and automation of repetitive jobs. The term 'PowerShell' refers to both – the shell used to execute commands and the scripting language that goes along with the framework

Intended Audience

Systems Administrators

Developers

Solutions Architect

Release Engineers

Cloud Professionals

Software Developers, especially those in a Developer Operations (DevOps) role

Prerequisites

Background in either software development or systems administration

Some experience with maintaining operating systems at the command line (shell scripting in Linux environments, cmd or PowerShell in Windows)

Basic knowledge of networking protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP)

Instructor-led Sessions

There will be 90 hours of instructor led Interactive classes and you will also get access to course content and video recordings

Real-life Case Studies

Live project based on any of the selected use cases, involving implementation of the various DevOps tools.

Assignments

Each class will be followed by practical assignments which will aggregate to minimum 24 hours.

24 x 7 Expert Support

We have 24x7 online support team available to help you with any technical queries you may have during the course.

Certification

Towards the end of the course, you will be working on a project. Zippyops certifies you as a Power Shell Expert based on the project.

Trainers

All the instructors at zippyops are practitioners from the Industry with minimum 10-12 yrs of experience and minimum of 750 hours of training experiance

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Delivery Method

Mode Of training:
ClassRoom
Online

This course will be delivered through a mix of:
Instructor-Led Training (ILT)
Hands-on Labs.

Duration:
90 Hours (weekday or weekends)

Schedule:
Contact us for the next avaliable schedule


Course Curiculam

Introduction

Series Introduction and Lab Setup
Windows PowerShell Orientation and Requirements
Finding and Discovering Commands
Interpreting Command Help
Running Commands
Working with PSProviders and PSDrives

PowerShell Core

Variables Strings Hashtables and Core Operators
Regular Expression Basics
Running External Commands Tips and Tricks
Learning the Pipeline Exporting and Converting Data
Understanding Objects in PowerShell
Core Commands Selecting Sorting Measuring and More
How the PowerShell Pipeline Works
Formatting Command Output
Comparison Operators and Filtering
Advanced Operators
Setting Default Values for Command Parameters
Enumerating Objects in the Pipeline
Soup to Nuts Completing a New Task
LAB A PowerShell Core Review

PowerShell Remoting

PowerShell Remoting Basics
Persistent Remoting PSSessions
Implicit Remoting Using Commands on Ano
Advanced Remoting Passing Data and Worki
Advanced Remoting Crossing Domain Boundaries
Advanced Remoting Custom Session Configurations
Web Remoting PowerShell Web Access
LAB B PowerShell Remoting Review

WMI and CMI 

WMI and CIM WMI Docs and the Repository
WMI and CIM Using WMI to Commands Query Data
WMI and CIM Using CIM Commands to Query Data
WMI and CIM Filtering and WMI Query Language
WMI and CIM Associations
WMI and CIM Working with CIM Sessions
WMI and CIM Executing Instance Methods
LAB C WMI and CIM Review

Jobs

Background Job Basics Local WMI and Remoting Jobs
Scheduled Background Jobs
LAB D Jobs Review

PowerShell Scripting

Creating Basic Parameterized Scripts
PowerShell Scripting Logical Constructs
PowerShell Scripting Looping Constructs
PowerShell Scripting Basic Functions Filters and Pipeline Functions
PowerShell Scripting Best Practices
PowerShell Scripting From Command to Script to Function to Module
PowerShell Scripting Scope
PowerShell Scripting Combining Data from Multiple Sources
LAB E PowerShell Scripting Review

Advanced Function

Advanced Functions Adding Help
Advanced Functions Parameter Attributes
Advanced Functions Pipeline Input
Advanced Functions Parameter Sets
LAB F Advanced Functions Review

Advanced Scripting

Creating Private Utility Functions and Preference Variables
Adding Error Capturing and Handling to a Function
Advanced Error Handling
Error Handling the Old Way Trap
Debugging Techniques
Creating Custom Formatting Views
Creating Custom Type Extensions
Working with SQL Server (and other) Databases
Working with XML Data Files
Supporting –WhatIf and –Confirm in Functions
Troubleshooting and Tracing the Pipeline
Using Object Hierarchies for Complex Output
Creating a Proxy Function
LAB G Advanced Scripting Review

CONTACT US

Address

No. 209/210, 1st Floor
J.Nagar, Panaiyur Kuppam Road
(Beside MGR Statue)
Panaiyur
Chennai -600119 




Contacts
Email:   admin@zippyops.com
Phone: +91 7010585768
              +91 8903067727