A Guide to Fumbling Through PowerCLI

A Guide to Fumbling Through #PowerCLI

A Guide to Fumbling Through PowerCLI

PowerCLI can come in quite handy in a vSphere environment, especially when you’re managing a large number of hosts. Sure, you can find sample scripts on the Internet to run, but it is also a good idea to at least get a fundamental understanding of how PowerCLI works. After all, you wouldn’t want to let a script loose in your environment if you didn’t have any idea what it did.


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[Technical webcast] Understanding the Benefits…

[Technical webcast] Understanding the Benefits of Containerized Desktops

[Technical webcast] Understanding the Benefits…

Join us for this technical webcast and learn about the security and productivity benefits of Horizon FLEX. This policy-based, containerized solution helps you deliver a corporate desktop to laptops you might not own—and extend legacy desktops to modern hardware.


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5 Common Errors While Installing vRealize…

5 Common Errors While Installing vRealize Operations Manager

5 Common Errors While Installing vRealize…

Understanding the most common errors associated with installing VMware’s vRealize Operations Manager (vROps) can drastically improve user experience. Currently, 85% of Blue Medora’s support tickets are related to user error during vRealize Operations installation and configuration. Below, I have outlined the top five errors that we see vROps users encountering, and how to avoid them if you’re looking to install vRealize Operations or integrate third-party management packs.


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Building a Home Lab for PowerCli Testing

Building a Home Lab for #PowerCli Testing – Notes of a scripter

Building a Home Lab for PowerCli Testing

After taking the PowerCli HOL from VMware, I been thinking of putting together a home lab. I been reading a lot of information about others bloggers using Mini PCs- such as the Intel NUCs, Mac Minis, and even custom built whitebox servers. Unfortunately, being a father of 3 kids means I have to be on a tight budget, and at the same time I don’t want to skimp and have a under powered home lab. I would also like the equipment to be quiet and fan-less if at all possible.


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