PowerShell Monday Germany 2016
Munich, Germany



Logo PowerShell Usergroup Southern Germany

The PowerShell Usergroup Southern Germany is proud to present an event never seen before in Germany:

PowerShell Monday Munich 2016

Think of this day as your user group... if a single meeting of your user group had Rob Sewell, Jeff Wouters, Ed Wilson and several others, all within walking distance of the Theresienwiese, home of Oktoberfest.

Expect an action-packed afternoon and evening where knowledge meets pizza, questions meet great speakers and PowerShell folks meet each other.

The Best: PowerShell Monday is completely free for attendees!

To make it easy for you to attend, our partners Orange Networks and acentrix are providing a location within walking distance of Munich Central Station (München Hbf). Thanks to them, you will be served dinner, drinks and snacks to stay fit for the whole event.
We will open the doors around 13:00 and have sessions until approximately 21:00.
See you in Munich on August 22nd!



13:00 - 13:30 Registration and Welcome
Christian Lehrer & Amanda Debler
13:30 - 14:30 Introduction to Pester
Andreas Patt
14:30 - 15:30 Office 365 Administration
Amanda Debler
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee and Snacks
16:00 - 17:00 JEA/JIT
Mathias Jessen
17:00 - 18:00 PowerShell Script Deployment for the Busy DBA
Rob Sewell
18:00 - 18:45 Dinner
18:45 - 19:45 Nano Server – Minimalism in Windows Server
Jeff Wouters
19:45 - 20:45 Unbelievably Easy DSC Using OMS
Ed Wilson



The Scripting Guy Ed Wilson

Ed Wilson is the Microsoft Scripting Guy and a well-known scripting expert. He writes the daily Hey Scripting Guy! blog. He is a member of the Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) team and has launched the new OMS Team blog. He has also spoken at TechEd and at the Microsoft internal TechReady conferences. He was the instigator for the popular PowerShell Saturday community conferences. He has written more than a 15 books including 12 on Windows scripting that were published by Microsoft Press. He has also contributed to nearly a dozen other books. His newest book by Microsoft Press is Windows PowerShell Step by Step 3rd edition.
Ed holds more than 20 industry certifications, including Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Prior to coming to work for Microsoft, he was a senior consultant for a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner where he specialized in Active Directory design and Exchange implementation. In his spare time he is writing a mystery novel tentatively titled Murder on Deck. For more about Ed you can go to http://ewblog.edwilson.com/ewblog/

The Scripting Guy Ed Wilson is @ScriptingGuys on twitter and writes the blog Hey Scripting Guy!


Jeff Wouters

Back in 2007 I’ve started working in IT. Between then and now I’ve worked at a variety of companies such as a system integrator, retail company (fashion), consultancy firm and software vendor. Then, in 2011 I’ve made the big step and started my own company, Methos IT, where I specialize in Microsoft System Center, Microsoft Hyper-V, Microsoft Windows clustering, Citrix XenApp, Citrix Provisioning Server, Citrix XenDesktop and Citrix XenServer. Since I’m not the first person with this focus area, I wanted to make myself as unique as possible in this field, so I added my two passions to this: High Availability and PowerShell. And just to be clear: I’m crazy about PowerShell… the ease of which you can accomplish tasks with it and the power (especially the power…) you can gain on your environment by utilizing the shell is something I love and find truly amazing.

Jeff Wouters is @JeffWouters on twitter and writes the blog jeffwouters.nl


Rob Sewell

Rob is a SQL Server DBA with a passion for Powershell, Azure, Automation, and SQL (PaaS geddit?). He has volunteered and spoken at SQL community events through the UK and Europe and is a member of the committee that organises SQL Saturday Exeter. He is a proud supporter of the SQL and Powershell communities.
He relishes sharing and learning and can be found doing both via Twitter and his blog. He spends most of his time looking at a screen and loves to solve problems. He knows that looking at a screen so much is bad for him because his wife tells him so. Thus, you can find him on the cricket field in the summer and flying a drone in the winter.
He has a fabulous beard.

Rob Sewell is @sqldbawithbeard on twitter and writes the blog SQLDBAwithabeard


Amanda Debler

Amanda is a Skype for Business admin who has spoken at PowerShell usergroup events and PowerShell Summit Europe 2015. She's a very active member of the PowerShell User Group Southern Germany :)
When not staring at SIP traces or figuring out how to do less manual labor to manage her company's Unified Communications platform, she's skiing, biking or remodeling her house.

Amanda Debler is @texmandie on twitter and writes the blog Mandie´s Memos


Andreas Patt

IT Consultant for PowerShell, Automation and System Center at Orange Networks.

Andreas Patt is @andreas_patt on twitter and writes the blog


Mathias Jessen

When awake, Mathias works with Information Security, but dreams about PowerShell operators and Active Directory replication when sound asleep. Always interested in: high-level discussions about security, system architecture and language design; and deep-founded disagreements over PowerShell feature implementations :-)

Mathias Jessen is @IISResetMe on twitter and writes the blog graceful is noforce



Thanks to our sponsors' generosity, PowerShell Monday will take place at acentrix's offices in Schwabing (north Munich).

If you like walking, take the U2 towards Feldmoching, exit at the Frankfurter Ring stop and walk 1 km to acentrix's offices. If you don't like walking, you can then catch the 177 bus to Ingolstädter Str.

Parking is tight in this neighborhood, so try to take transit if possible. There is a lot of parking at the Feldmoching U-Bahn station.

The address is:
acentrix GmbH
Ingolstädter Str. 20
80807 München