Microsoft announced the general availability of PowerShell Core 6.0 on January 10th. In this Ask the Admin, we will look at the roadmap for PowerShell and some of the dramatic changes since Microsoft announced that PowerShell will be open source.
Aidan Finn describes the many networking announcements that were made at Microsoft Ignite 2017.
Microsoft PowerShell on Linux and macOS—yes, it’s now open source. If you think the world’s gone mad, you might be right. For die-hard Linux-heads, it’s never going to replace Bash, Perl or Python. But for Microsoft-centric dev/ops types, it promises to be a wonderful widget in the toolbag. Especially as more workloads move to “the cloud.”