Wednesday, November 20, 2019
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
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The Garment Factory 10 Montrose Street, 5th Floor · Glasgow
How to find us
Use the address to find us on Google Maps and NOT 'Incremental Group' (as Google Maps has them listed as near the Trongate!)
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We start at 6.00pm this month, quick introduction and group update then onto our speakers.
6.00pm - Intro, group update.
6.15pm - Creating Your Custom Infrastructure Testing DSL with PowerShell & Pester by Manfred Wallner (@schusterfredl)
- Monitoring your servers (services, installed applications, network connectivity, ...) with Pester, running scheduled checks via TaskScheduler or Jenkins and generating fancy HTML reports.
7.00pm - Pizza and soft drinks (and yes it is pizza this month courtesy of @msdevuk!)
7.30pm - A Palantir in Your Hand by Mateusz Czerniawski (@Arcontar)
- Do you know what WEF is? It's available free in every modern Windows system, yet not many use it. After this session, you'll understand what WEF is and how to set up all moving blocks. Just deploy and use with best practices from Palantir's guidance. With Azure Log Analytics, powerful KQL capabilities and Power BI - consuming windows event logs was never easier!
More details and tickets: www.meetup.com
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'.