Last week I gave a webinar on managing VMware with PowerShell. If you missed it or didn’t know about it, you can view it now. The webinar is mostly geared at people who haven’t used the toolkit at all, but has a few real-time demos of some of the really powerful stuff you can do with it. Even if a basic overview doesn’t sound all that interesting, the demos had a few examples you might not have known about, such as the example that shows how to set up VMotion. For the examples, please refer to the corrected slides I posted to slideshare.
There was also a Q and A session, which I’ve attached here with answers to the questions.