PART IIIBUILDING YOUR OWN MODULE
By now, you should have a firm grasp on what makes PowerShell PowerShell. We’ve covered the syntax of the language, as well as a few specific modules you may use in your day-to-day automation work. But up until the preceding chapter, we’ve been doing things only in pieces: a little syntax here, a little syntax there, nothing major. In Chapter 14, with the server inventory script, you got your first taste of working on a prolonged PowerShell project. In Part III, we’re going to go bigger: you’re going to build your own PowerShell module.
PowerLab is a single PowerShell module that contains the functions you need to provision Windows servers from scratch. You’ll build PowerLab brick by brick; if you want ...