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VMware Communities Roundtable Podcast 276 - @PowerCLI & vCloud Suite Automation @alanrenouf

Hosts

John Mark Troyer, VMware @jtroyer

Mike Gordon Laverick, VMware @Mike_Laverick

Guests

Alan Renouf, VMware @alanrenouf

Brian Knudtson, VMunderground @bknudtson

Jim Millard, VMunderground @millardjk

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PowerCLI & vCloud Suite Automation

Show

VMware PowerCLI Blog

Download vSphere PowerCLI 5.5

vSphere PowerCLI Documentation

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New Release: vSphere PowerCLI 5.5 R2

What’s New in This Release (Some Highlights)

  • You can now manage the vCenter Site Recovery Manager Public API through the Connect-SRMServer and Disconnect-SRMServer cmdlets
  • You can now retrieve information and configure Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) mode on clusters.
  • Added support for Windows PowerShell 4.0.
  • You can now create and remove tags and tag categories to complement the tagging functionality offered in existing cmdlets released in the previous version
  • You can now specify all supported types and retrieve more statistical information by using the Get-Stat and Get-StatType cmdlets

vBrownBag Automation Track

 

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