dbatools is a very well known tool within the SQL Server community, and probably most of the production DBA’s are using it on daily basis.
But what about that IT guy whom main role is to take care of the company infrastructure not just SQL Server, and because there is no DBA around he does his best to fill the role as “accidental DBA” …
In case you are one of these accidental DBA’s that is looking an easy way to do “DBA” things in the most efficient and not too complex manner, let me tell you this: dbatools is what you have been looking for.
I’m very happy to announce that for the second year in a row I will be participating as speaker in this year’s SQL Saturday event in Guatemala city!
Here are the details of the two sessions I will be presenting on February 16:
SSMS is the most common tool used by SQL Developers or DBA’s but unfortunately there are some features that are barely known, SQLCMD mode is not the exception and that’s why I decided to follow up in this topic.
You may want to check one of this previous blog post, where you will find instructions how to enable SQLCMD mode and some examples that could help you to become familiar with it.