We have seen how we can export and save the results to a folder and commit them to a GIT repository on my last blog post Backup your SQL instances configurations to GIT with dbatools – Part 1. At the end of that post, I have mentioned that I would write about how we can lower down the execution times of our script by leveraging on parallelism. Going parallel When we need to manage dozens of servers/instances, even with automated scripts sometimes we would like that our script finishes faster.

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Today I want to share how I’m keeping a copy of instances’ configurations using dbatools. Chrissy LeMaire (B | T) wrote about it before on the Simplifying disaster recovery with dbatools blog post. In this post, I will add one step and save the output on a GIT repository. Pre-requirements You need a GIT repository GIT tools installed on the server where you are running the script so you can commit your changes dbatools A list or a place to get all instances that you want to run the export Preparation Preparation Git repository Clone your repository to a location where dbatools can write to.

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Cláudio Silva

Data Platform Architect and PowerShell lover.

Data Platform Architect

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