Monday, December 22, 2008

PowerShell and Clustering in Server 2008 R2

Just read an interesting blog article over on the Clustering and High Availability blog written by Symon Perriman a program manager for clustering and high availability. The article, entitled PowerShell for Failover Clustering in Windows Server R2, discusses the clustering team’s intention to use PowerShell as the scripting language for clustering technologies in Server 2008 R2.

If you are a clustering person, you should check this article out – it documents that the team will deliver over 60 cmdlets to manage clustering. There will also be a custom console, as shown in the blog article.

It looks like the Windows team(s) now finally get PowerShell!

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