Building a REST-based PowerShell Module

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Microsoft MVP Jeff Hicks will be presenting “Building a REST-based PowerShell Module” on Tuesday, November 12th at 8:30pm central time.

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For our November 2019 Mississippi PowerShell User Group virtual meeting, Microsoft MVP Jeff Hicks will be presenting “Building a REST-based PowerShell Module” on Tuesday, November 12th at 8:30pm central time.

Using REST APIs with PowerShell is a terrific way to leverage an external resource into your PowerShell scripting. Want some commands to manage some technology where none exist? If there is a REST API you can consume, then you can build your own PowerShell commands. In this presentation, I’ll demonstrate my process in taking a set of REST APIs and turning them into a PowerShell module. The module is still a work in progress so this is an opportunity to see how I work and hopefully you’ll pick up some useful techniques or ideas.

Jeffery Hicks is an IT veteran with almost 30 years of experience, much of it spent as an IT infrastructure consultant specializing in Microsoft server technologies with an emphasis in automation and efficiency. He is a multi-year recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award. He works today as an independent author, teacher and consultant. Jeff has taught and presented on PowerShell and the benefits of automation to IT Pros worldwide. He has authored and co-authored a number of books, writes for numerous online sites and print publications, a Pluralsight author, and a frequent speaker at technology conferences and user groups. You can keep up with Jeff on Twitter (http://twitter.com/JeffHicks) and on his blog (https://jdhitsolutions.com/blog).

The Mississippi PowerShell User Group Meetings are typically held online (via Skype for Business) on the second Tuesday of each month at 8:30pm Central Time and are free to attend.

The system requirements to attend these online meetings can be found on the MSPSUG website under the “Attendee Info” section.

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