Last night’s #PSPowerHour made me realize I should highlight a few awesome projects I’ve come across recently.
PSDatabaseClone is a PowerShell module for creating SQL Server database images and clones. It enables administrator to supply environments with database copies that are a fraction of the original size.
dbops is a Powershell module that provides Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment capabilities for SQL database deployments.
It is based on DbUp, which is DbUp is an open source .NET library that helps you to deploy changes to SQL Server databases. dbops currently supports both SQL Server and Oracle.
The aim of this this project is to provide a free, repository backed, SQL Server Monitoring.
PowerUpSQL includes functions that support SQL Server discovery, weak configuration auditing, privilege escalation on scale, and post exploitation actions such as OS command execution.
dbachecks is a framework created by and for SQL Server pros who need to validate their environments using crowd-sourced checklists.
If you’re wondering what happened to dbareports, Rob handed it off to Jason Squires who is currently in the middle of a rewrite.
your module here
If I’ve missed your module or project, let me know in the comments and I’ll happily add it to this post!
Last night, was the second live stream of #PSPowerHour! Check it.