November 2nd 2011 – PowerShell and Web Services with Mark Keisling
In November, one of our own user group members will be giving a presentation on utilizing web services with PowerShell. His name is Mark Keisling, and if you’ve been to a past meeting, you’ll probably recognize him in this photo where he’s proudly wearing his AZPOSH t-shirt. We happen to know that amongst his many other skills, Mark is also a unix guy (hard to tell from the photo since he does not have a beard), so you know he’s got command line skills! Here’s a little more about Mark:
Mark Keisling is an IT Systems Engineer Consultant Senior at Banner Health. Mark joined Banner Health in 2003 and initially supported Banner’s Financial Systems. He later joined the Enterprise Systems Management group. This group is responsible for monitoring and automation systems, including: CA eHealth, Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM and SCOM), BMC Impact Event Manager, BMC Performance Manager (PATROL), MS System Center Configuration Manager, CiscoWorks LMS. PowerShell is directly aligned with the objectives of this group, working towards more efficient server management, as well as coming up with creative solutions to monitor systems and solve problems.
Mark will present scripts that utilize Web Services (WSDL) to retrieve data from an application. This data is used to create spreadsheets that can be used during application downtimes (planned or unplanned).
We also have some special news, so make sure you do not miss this meeting! We’ll see you next week on November 2nd, starting at 6PM, at Interface Technical Training. Remember, you can attend the meeting via RemoteLive as well! If you can’t join us locally, join us remotely!
Here’s the RemoteLive url for the meeting: