The Microsoft Ignite conference took place this year on https://myignite.microsoft.com/home
Here’s some content related to #PowerShell, what else ! (NB: it’s not the only content in this year’s event):
- Taking your automation to the next level with #PowerShell 7
Please allow me to add a quick note about the presentation and this slide:
WinRM and Remoting have been released in PowerShell 2.0 with the RTM release of Windows 7 and 2008 R2.
It means Remoting is available since August 2009.
PowerShell 3.0 was released in 2012 and shipped in Windows 8 and Server 2012.
What Joey Aiello meant on the slide is that Remoting is enabled by default since Windows Server 2012, released in September 2012.
Windows Server 2012 and newer releases of Windows Server are enabled for PowerShell remoting by default.
Remoting is the killer feature that made me adopt PowerShell in 2009, it’s so cool because it enables remote management of anything in a secure manner 😎
Remoting is on and rocks since 11 years.
Please let me also add another thought about this presentation.
Windows PowerShell is part of the WMF, a.k.a. the Windows Management Framework that adds these components:
So, my question is: what are the investments made into the above components of the WMF since Microsoft open-sourced PowerShell?
- PowerShell Unplugged – Challenge Edition
What a mind-blowing kickboxing match of new features 😉 !