Microsoft Flow is a great workflow automation tool, but most likely PowerShell is not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Flow.
Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 10:00 until 16:00
This half-day, hands-on workshop led by Jaap Brasser will help you to get started with Microsoft Flow and PowerShell.
Jaap will explain the basics, highlight the benefits and guide you step-by-step how to integrate Microsoft Flow in PowerShell scripts and vice-versa. A team of Microsoft professionals will be available to assist you.
About Jaap Brasser
Jaap is a Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP and very active member of various technical communities, presents and organises and speaks at technical events. Online frequently posts articles on a variety of topics. In his role as a consultant at Rubrik in the Netherlands, Jaap assists clients by creating infrastructure designs, performing migrations and building computer platforms primarily based on Microsoft solutions.
We are expecting the ticket to be priced at a maximum of £15 per attendee. This will cover catering and potentially venue costs.
Laptop, charger, notebook and pen
To be confirmed. Centrally located in Glasgow.
Coffee, tea, water, snacks and a healthy lunch will be provided and are included with your ticket.
More details and tickets: ti.to
A group for anyone interested in PowerShell and Devops (sometimes called WinOps). We focus on any technology with a use for PowerShell including full .NET PowerShell, PowerShell Core (on Linux or Mac OSX), DSC, SQL, Azure and anything else you can think of. If it works with PowerShell it works for us.
Whatever level you are at with PowerShell or related technologies you are very welcome. The group has members with all skills levels so you will find something here for you.
To keep up to date on more information on the group you will receive notifications from the Meetup page. But you can also find more information at psdevopsug.scot, @ScotPSUG Twitter feed (twitter.com) and Facebook (www.facebook.com)
Code of Conduct:
Common sense is applied. Be respectful. Be helpful. And understand that the group has members of all skill levels and there is no such thing as a 'stupid question'.