Biggest use case I've had is running PowerShell against remote API endpoints spread out in various domains, then feeding it all back to a central location (so we don't have to run said scripts manually on multiple management boxes). Works like a treat. Something like this could've been done with Jenkins or one of the multitude of remote PowerShell/scheduling tools out there, but this seemed to do the trick and allowed endless customization if we needed it.PowerShell Universal Dashboard is a web framework for PowerShell developers. Create websites, REST APIs and dashboards with only PowerShell script. The client and server side code for the dashboard is authored completely in PowerShell. Charts, monitors, tables and grids can easily be created with the cmdlets included with the module.The module is cross-platform and will run anywhere Windows PowerShell or PowerShell Core can run.
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https://universaldashboard.io/ is a pretty neat little framework we've began using for some automation (specifically the API, less so the rest of the stuff). Anyone familiar with it or have some cool use cases?