Data Center | 12. Februar 2015 | Timm Brochhaus Why using JSON Files in PowerShell is neatIn the last couple of weeks I worked a lot with PowerShell and text-based input files to separate code and data. Since my beginnings in PowerShell I always used XML-based files to cover the separation.The task I am currently working on is very complex and the designed XML data structure is not readable in an editor like notepad++ anymore. Due to this I had to search for an alternative file format. Some colleagues of mine are currently involved in Microsoft Azure projects and I heard about the JSON file format from them.