PowerShell Pester Course Overview

PowerShell Pester Course Overview

The PowerShell Pester course is an in-depth training program designed to teach learners how to use Pester, the popular testing framework for PowerShell. It's ideal for developers, IT professionals, and automation engineers who want to ensure their scripts are reliable and maintainable. The course begins with an Introduction to Pester, setting the stage for its necessity and benefits.

Moving through the modules, students will learn hands-on skills, starting with Getting Started with Pester, where they'll install the framework and write their first tests. As they progress, they'll delve into Writing and Running Pester Tests, understand how to create effective Assertions in Pester, and learn the art of Mocking in Pester to isolate test cases.

Advanced topics like Parameterized Tests, Code Coverage, and implementing Test Driven Development (TDD) with Pester are covered, which are essential for high-quality code. The course also includes a critical look at using Pester in Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) pipelines, demonstrating its role in modern DevOps practices.

Modules on Advanced Pester Techniques, Best Practices for Using Pester, and Troubleshooting Pester Tests provide depth and troubleshooting strategies. Additionally, learners will discover how to Extend Pester and effectively use it in Production environments. The course culminates with a Conclusion and Next Steps module, empowering students to continue their Pester journey with confidence. This comprehensive course will help learners master Pester, leading to improved code quality, reduced bugs, and a more streamlined development process.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that you can successfully undertake our PowerShell Pester course, please consider the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of PowerShell scripting and command-line interface (CLI) usage.
  • Familiarity with fundamental PowerShell concepts such as cmdlets, variables, and loops.
  • Experience with scripting or programming in any language is beneficial but not mandatory.
  • Knowledge of software testing concepts is helpful but not required.
  • A willingness to learn and apply new testing methodologies within PowerShell scripts.

Remember, these prerequisites are intended to provide you with a foundation upon which the Pester training will build. Our course is designed to guide you through all the necessary concepts and practices, from the basics to more advanced techniques.


Target Audience for PowerShell Pester

The PowerShell Pester course by Koenig Solutions is designed for IT professionals aiming to master test automation and quality assurance in scripting.


  • Software Developers who use PowerShell in their development process
  • Quality Assurance Engineers focusing on automated testing
  • DevOps Engineers involved in continuous integration and delivery
  • System Administrators who want to validate infrastructure configurations
  • Test Automation Engineers looking to expand their toolset with Pester
  • IT Professionals interested in learning Test Driven Development (TDD)
  • Technical Leads and Managers overseeing PowerShell projects
  • PowerShell Script Writers seeking to ensure their scripts are error-free
  • Professionals working on Windows-based server environments
  • Cloud Engineers who utilize PowerShell for deployment and automation tasks
  • Security Professionals who use scripts for compliance and security checks
  • Anyone looking to integrate Pester into their CI/CD pipeline


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this PowerShell Pester?

Introduction to the Course's Mentioned Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered:

The PowerShell Pester course equips students with comprehensive skills in automated testing, script validation, and continuous integration processes using Pester, PowerShell's testing framework.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Pester and its role in PowerShell scripting.
  • Learn how to set up a testing environment and write basic Pester tests for code validation.
  • Gain proficiency in writing and executing Pester tests to ensure script functionality.
  • Master the use of assertions to check the behavior of PowerShell code within tests.
  • Acquire skills in mocking to isolate code for unit testing and manage dependencies.
  • Implement parameterized tests to run test cases with various input values efficiently.
  • Measure code coverage to identify untested parts of code and improve test suites.
  • Apply Test-Driven Development (TDD) principles using Pester for better code quality.
  • Integrate Pester tests into CI/CD pipelines to automate testing and deployment processes.
  • Explore advanced Pester techniques for complex testing scenarios and customizations.
  • Learn best practices for structuring and maintaining Pester tests for long-term efficiency.
  • Develop troubleshooting strategies for common issues encountered when writing Pester tests.
  • Discover ways to extend Pester's capabilities through customization and additional modules.
  • Understand the application of Pester in production environments for live testing and monitoring.
  • Conclude with actionable insights on how to continue improving PowerShell testing skills post-course.