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New 'Desired State Configuration Core' To Replace Existing PowerShell Solutions

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The Microsoft PowerShell team is planning to reshape its Desired State Configuration (DSC) solutions, replacing them with a single cross-platform tool that supports both Windows and Linux.

DSC is a PowerShell-based push/pull solution for keeping servers in an optimal condition by declaring the state in which they should be set. Microsoft currently has a couple of DSC versions. There is a Windows PowerShell DSC version and a DSC for Linux version, which are maintained by Microsoft in separate code bases. However, today the PowerShell team announced a different vision for the DSC tool, although it's still at the planning stage right now.

The team is planning to produce a new version called "DSC Core" that will eventually supplant the current Windows and Linux versions. DSC Core will follow the path set by Microsoft when it outlined its PowerShell Core plans back in July. PowerShell Core is a more basic version of the scripting language that will succeed Windows PowerShell 6.0, which never got out of the beta stage. PowerShell Core (also referred to as "PowerShell Core 6.0") is Microsoft's cross-platform scripting language, based on .NET Core, that's designed to work across Windows, Mac and Linux.

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