Microsoft set the development world on fire when it introduced Workflow Foundation to .Net. Then workflows were rolled out to Azure. Workflows provide high scalability and reusability across applications. Until PowerShell came along workflows required complex .Net code. PowerShell makes workflows easy. Features of workflows include remote and local parallel processing, the ability to stop and resume execution with state, encapsulation and nesting to support high scalability, and event trapping. We’ll start with an overview of how workflows function and how they are implemented. Then we’ll show you how PowerShell’s workflow integration architecture makes workflows in a snap. In a word, workflows for the rest of us. If you are a software engineer, you’ll appreciate how this presentation can make your life easier. For the less technical folk, fear not, PowerShell makes workflows simple to use and understand.
Location: Bello 102 in the Library (The Bello Information Technology Building)
About Bryan Cafferky...
Bryan has been working in data warehousing for over two decades and on the Microsoft SQL Server stack for twenty years. He founded and leads the PASS chapter, The Rhode Island Microsoft Business Intelligence User Group. Bryan is a frequent speaker at SQL Saturday’s, PASS Chapter meetings, Code Camps and anywhere he can share knowledge. He holds a bachelor degree in Computer Information Systems and a Masters of Business Administration. Most importantly, Bryan is always eager to learn new things.
Pizza and Soda served at 6:30 PM withe the presentation starting at 7:00 PM. There will be lots of give-a-way items including an Amazon gift card, techno toys and books.