PowerShell Core is a new, parallel version of classic "Windows PowerShell"
based on .NET Core, open source, and running on Linux, Mac and Windows.
PowerShell Core is used significantly in Azure Stack also.
interview with Jeffrey Snover, creator of PowerShell
PowerShell Core - MS Dev Show Podcast
PowerShell Core 6.0: Generally Available (GA) and Supported! | PowerShell Team Blog
Executing PowerShell scripts from C# – Keith Babinec's Development Blog
Installing PowerShell Core on Windows | Microsoft Docs
Installing PowerShell Core on macOS and Linux | Microsoft Docs
PowerShell/PowerShell: PowerShell for every system! @ GitHub
adamdriscoll/powershim: Invoke Windows PowerShell from PowerShell Core @ GitHub
"There are a lot of modules that do not yet support PowerShell Core. To work around this, you can use PowerShim to execute Windows PowerShell cmdlets and return the results to PowerShell Core."
There is even a PowerShell "plugin" for DataScience notebooks!
vors/jupyter-powershell: PowerShell language kernel for Jupyter @ GitHub
Digital transformation with Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack - BRK2108 - YouTube
KEYNOTE: Azure Stack – Its More Radical Than You Think - YouTube