We are organizing another evening edition of the Dutch PowerShell User Group, this time we have a very special guest MVP in both Cloud and Datacenter Management as well as Azure: Aleksandar Nikolić. Additionally, we also have both Jaap Brasser and Flynn Bundy to deliver cool PowerShell content during this evening edition of the Dutch PowerShell User Group meeting.
This iteration of the event will be held in Amsterdam at the IPsoft Amsterdam offices. The address is as follows:
Rembrandttoren 10th Floor
Amstelplein 1 1096 HA
We have a number of speakers lined up for you, so here is the full schedule of our event:
|18:00||18:30||IPsoft||Walk-in & Dinner|
|18:30||19:00||Jaap Brasser||Read the Friendly PowerShell Logs|
|19:00||20:00||Aleksandar Nikolić||Just Enough Administration (JEA), a New Solution for Delegated Administration|
|20:15||21:00||Flynn Bundy||Getting started with Windows Server Containers|
The following speakers will be delivering their sessions on Monday the 21st of November:
Aleksandar Nikolić – Just Enough Administration (JEA), a New Solution for Delegated Administration
With Windows PowerShell remoting and customized endpoints available in older releases of Windows PowerShell, we have ways to constrain and delegate administration properly. Though it wasn’t easy to create constrained endpoints and distribute them across the environment, that’s changing with Just Enough Administration (JEA), a new, improved way to create boundaries for your admins, and give them the minimal set of privileges they need to perform their tasks. In this session, we’ll demonstrate how to author, deploy, use, maintain, and audit a JEA deployment.
Flynn Bundy – Getting started with Windows Server Containers
An overview of what a Windows Server container is and why its important. Docker & docker hub an explanation of Docker and Docker hub (registry) – Swarm, Compose & registry, an explanation of Docker Swarm for clustering and Compose for orchestration – running applications.
Jaap Brasser – Read the Friendly PowerShell Logs
An overview of what is possible in regards to logging in PowerShell and how you can benefit from setting up logging on PowerShell and what the benefits of different methods of setting up logging are. Also concepts as obfuscation are touched upon and explained during this session.