Powershell – Why all SQL DBA should learn it

In other words, why I’m learning it
== It’s a Microsoft Windows command line shell and a scripting language standard
== Designed especially for system administration
== It’s the present and the future for Microsoft system administrator’s
== For some products GUI doesn’t allow you to do everything but powershell does (tendency)
== Allows interactivity between products (a common tool)
== Offers the possibility to manage multiple SQL servers at a time
== Allows you to automate repetitive tasks (and save a lot of time)
== If you don’t learn it your replacement will…
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