Getting Started with the Pure Storage PowerShell SDK

A picture (or video in this case) is worth a thousand words. In this video I walk through the following:

  • Installing the Pure Storage PowerShell SDK 1.0.15.0
  • Installing of the Pure Storage PowerShell Toolkit 3.0.0.908 (Alpha)
  • Creating a FlashRecover Snapshot of a active Microsoft SQL Server 2016 database performing I/O
  • Creating a new Pure Storage volume from the previously created snapshot
  • Mounting the new volume to a physical host
  • Registering the new volume on Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Attaching the SQL Server database in Management Studio for use

Thanks,
barkz

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