Database Snapshots In dbatools

Chrissy LeMaire shows how easy it is to create and manage database snapshots with dbatools:

New-DbaDbSnapshot

To create a new snapshot, you no longer need to know the path of the snapshot location (though we do support custom paths). You don’t even need to specify a name! But you can, of course.

I haven’t used database snapshots in a while, but I do appreciate them, especially for testing scenarios.

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