title: Sarasota SQL Server User Group Presentation link: http://sev17.com/2009/05/13/sarasota-sql-server-user-group-presentation/ author: Chad Miller description: post_id: 9957 created: 2009/05/13 23:40:00 created_gmt: 2009/05/14 03:40:00 comment_status: open post_name: sarasota-sql-server-user-group-presentation status: publish post_type: post
Sarasota SQL Server User Group Presentation
I presented a one-hour session at the Sarasota SQL Server User Group entitled “Powershell vs T-SQL”. The session Description:
“Automating database tasks traditionally has meant creating Transact-SQL code or an SSIS package. While the introduction of Powershell provides another option, DBAs who are already familiar with Transact-SQL and SSIS, question how Powershell fits into SQL Server Managementability. This session will provide a general overview of Powershell, the SQL Server 2008 Powershell host, and demonstrate use cases where Powershell provides an easier solution than T-SQL or SSIS. Likewise, use cases will be highlighted where T-SQL provides a superior solution over Powershell..”
The presentation and supporting material is available here
Please comment or contact me with any questions.
Michael: Very good presentation and I now have a new respect for Powershell. It seems like a bona-fide productivity enhancer. Thanks for the information. Let me know if Raymond James needs any help with T-SQL and/or reporting as I have alot of experience in both. Also, for a sample of my work go to http://www.michaelshields.com. A very good smorgasboard of how to get data and then present the data for human comsumption. All source code is available in the download section.