Matt then dives into PowerShell's functions and What If statements, working with output, and coding in the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE). The course wraps up with some tips on using PowerShell for both on-premises and cloud deployments involving Office 365 and Azure.
- Reading the language
- Discovering cmdlets and aliases
- Using PowerShell functions
- Working with output
- Finding and installing modules
- Using PowerShell with Office 365 and Azure
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] Welcome to this course in Understanding PowerShell 5.0. I'll tell you what folks, I've been working with PowerShell since version one. And version five has a lot of great changes, but the nice thing about this course, regardless of what version you're gonna use, this course is gonna help you learn this wonderful language. PowerShell's one of my favorite things in all of Window's techonlogies. I know I used to do VBScripts and I used to use batch files, probably you've done the same thing to help maintain your environment. And if you have, you already have a leg up of learning PowerShell. Because the nice thing about this, is that's what PowerShell does.
But where it might have been 50 lines in VBScript, it might just be one single line in PowerShell to accomplish the same tasks. More importantly, PowerShell is not just a scripting language. It's an interactive shell. And throughout this course, you're gonna see the very basics of how to just look at the services, to how to actually use PowerShell to work with cloud technologies like Office365 or Azure. I'll tell ya what folks, I'm really excited that you're here as part of this course. I'm looking forward to see what you think of this course. So sit back, relax, and enjoy Understanding PowerShell 5.0.