PowerShell Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration E-Learning Kurs
Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration E-Learning Kurs
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Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration E-Learning Kurs

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Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration E-Learning Training Kurs

Bestel deze geweldige, bekroonde Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration E-Learning cursus online, 1 jaar 24/7 toegang tot uitgebreide interactieve video's, toespraken, praktische taken en voortgangsbewaking. Na de cursus ontvang je een certificaat van deelname.

Kursinhalt

Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Fundamentals

Course: 3 Hours, 19 Minutes
Expertise Level: Beginner

Overview

Windows PowerShell 4.0 Desired State Configuration (DSC) can be used to significantly improve the way an organization defines, reports on and manages server and workstation configuration states. In this course, you will learn about what DSC is, how it works, different approaches to implementing it, and how to consistently configure and maintain individual workstation nodes as well as entire server farms, all the way from Development to Test to Production.

Prerequisites

None

Target Audience

Server and workstations administrators tasked with configuring and maintaining their state in a more consistent, scalable manner.

Objectives

Introduction to Desired State Configuration

start the course
provide an overview of DSC, its history, and the problems it aims to solve
configure and maintain system state in the GUI or via PowerShell, without using DSC, and recognize the problems it entails with regard to maintaining configuration state over time
recognize the operating system versions and PowerShell versions required for DSC, as well as some additional useful resources
configure servers and workstations using the core DSC MOF file
create a MOF file using DSC

Understanding DSC Resources

describe the default resources available with DSC
describe how to use some of the out-of-the-box DSC resources
define the concept of dependencies between DSC resources and how to manage these
define the concept of DSC resource dependencies across machines in an environment
add log entries to the DSC logs
find, retrieve, and make use of new DSC Resources

Working with the LCM

describe what the Local Configuration Manager is and how it works in DSC
configure the DSC Local Configuration Manager using Push mode
query the status of a particular machine in an DSC environment
define the Pull and Push configuration modes in DSC
configure the DSC Local Configuration Manager using Pull mode

Creating a DSC Pull Server

create an SMB-based DSC Pull server
create an HTTP-based DSC Pull server
configure clients to connect to a DSC Pull server
secure an HTTP DSC Pull server to introduce HTTPS security
deploy new DSC Resources to clients nodes when using an SMB-based Pull server
deploy new DSC Resources to clients nodes when using an HTTP-based Pull server
create an HTTP Compliance server to report on node status

Working with Configurations

improve DSC configurations using parameters
configure multiple server node and role types via DSC
configure similar sets of servers for replicated environments such as Development, Test, and Production via DSC
work with and appropriately secure credentials when using DSC

Practice: Configuring a Pull Server and 2 Nodes

use DSC to configure an HTTPS Pull and Compliance Server, connect 2 nodes, update their configuration, and query their status

Advanced PowerShell Desired State Configuration: Writing Custom Resources

Course: 2 Hours, 49 Minutes
Expertise Level: Expert

Overview

Writing your own custom resources is one of the most important aspects of PowerShell Desired State Configuration. In this course you'll learn about different kinds of resources and about how to write, debug, deploy, and update your own custom Resources using Windows PowerShell 4.0. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers advanced PowerShell Desired State Configuration.

Prerequisites

None

Target Audience

Server and workstations administrators tasked with configuring and maintaining the state of enterprise environments in a more consistent, scalable manner.

Objectives

Working with Repositories

start the course
use PowerShellGet and the PSGallery for DSC
configure an internal repository for DSC modules
connect an authoring environment to a own local DSC module repository

DSC Resource Creation Overview

describe how DSC modules and resources work and the different types that can be created
create a composite-style resource that strings together existing out-of-the-box DSC resources
recognize how DSC modules and resources are structured in preparation for writing custom resources

Writing DSC Resources

recognize the Set DSC Resource command that performs the main resource activity
identify the key aspect of Set commands in DSC resources
recognize the Test DSC resource command that identifies the node's current state
recognize the Get DSC resource command that retrieves the node's current state
create a custom resource using the DSC Resource Designer
identify the various types of DSC resource parameters
update an existing DSC resource
recognize how to deploy your custom resources when using Push mode configurations
recognize how to deploy your custom resources when using Pull mode configurations with an SMB Pull Server
recognize how to deploy your custom resources when using Pull mode configurations with an HTTP Pull Server

Advanced DSC Resource Creation

identify techniques to writing DSC resources that can assist in debugging internal resource problems
recognize how the DSC LCM loads and caches resources
document custom DSC resources so that they can be better consumed by others
test resources while writing them to ensure they work as expected
recognize how to instruct a node that it requires a reboot without forcing it to do so
write custom DSC resources using PowerShell 5's new classes
write custom DSC resources using C#

Practice: Creating a Custom Resource

create a custom resource using the DSC Resource Designer and then document, test, and deploy it

Advanced PowerShell Desired State Configuration: Advanced Configuration

Course: 1 Hour, 58 Minutes
Expertise Level: Expert

Overview

PowerShell DSC can be used to configure many important elements of your datacenter on premises, in the cloud, and across platforms. In this course, you'll learn some advanced techniques for writing DSC configurations and configuring nodes as well as how to configure Hyper-V, Azure VMs, and Linux environments using DSC and Windows PowerShell 4.0. This course also looks at a new approach to least-privilege administration using DSC – Just Enough Administration (JEA). This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers advanced PowerShell
Desired State Configuration.

Prerequisites

None

Target Audience

Server and workstations administrators tasked with configuring and maintaining the state of enterprise environments in a more consistent, scalable, secure manner both on premises and in the cloud.

Objectives

More Advanced DSC Configurations

start the course
nest a DSC configuration inside of another
configure a node using multiple DSC configurations from various sources

PowerShell DSC and Azure

create a DSC configuration for an Azure VM
publish a DSC configuration to Azure storage for an Azure VM
apply a DSC configuration to an Azure VM
identify the DSC logs created for an Azure VM node
recognize the Azure automation capability for DSC

PowerShell DSC and HyperV

use DSC to configure a HyperV host
define a configuration for a HyperV guest VM using DSC
bootstrap a DSC LCM configuration into a new HyperV VM

PowerShell DSC and Linux

explore how DSC can be used to configure a Linux node
configure a Linux node to receive a PowerShell DSC configuration
create a Linux DSC configuration
publish a DSC configuration to a Linux node
explore how DSC sets the LCM and configuration itself on a Linux node

PowerShell JEA

outline PowerShell DSC's Just Enough Administration (JEA) principles and concepts
configure a node to be managed with Just Enough Administration in DSC
test a JEA node's configuration to ensure it is successfully applied in DSC
reset a JEA endpoint's configuration in DSC
use the JEA Toolkit Helper to generate JEA Toolkits

Practice: Configuring a Server Farm

create, publish, and configure a server farm in Azure using DSC

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Sprache Englisch (USA)
Online-Zugang 1 Jahr
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