Manage your servers “DevOps-style” and share code with the PowerShell community

In his “Ten Reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016” video series, technical evangelist Matt McSpirit introduces you to some of the experts behind the most exciting new features in Windows Server 2016.

Today, you will meet Keith Bankston, Senior Program Manager on the PowerShell team.  Keith talks about what’s changed for PowerShell in Windows Server 2016.  He speaks to the enhancements in Desired State Configuration (DSC) to aid the transition into DevOps, and how that sets and keeps servers configured properly. In addition, this talk introduces the PowerShell Gallery and PowerShell GitHub depot, where people can find the code to help them get started with PowerShell and DSC.

Learn about these and other new PowerShell features in Windows Server 2016:

Keith would like to personally thank all the users who have taken the time to post their PowerShell resources on

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Check out the other posts in this series: