Automation with PowerShell Workflows
Did you know that PowerShell has Workflow capabilities? If not, you are not the only one. PowerShell Workflows are a more powerful way to do automation and is used for long-running processes that needs to survive restarts and may require persistence. Most of the times you can manage most with a simple script but in some cases you need a more advanced workflow engine. Best of all, it is free!
When is PowerShell Workflows a good idea?
Frequently executed activities.
Running activities in parallel across one or more machines.
Interruptible activities that can be stopped and re-started.
Here are some workflow related functions / featues:
Onify is a perfect tool and interface for either running synchronous PowerShell scripts and/or asynchronous PowerShell workflows.
For more information about PowerShell workflows, please see the Microsoft docs.