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Videos from VMworld

Thanks to everyone who came out to our Managing VMware with PowerShell session at VMworld 2008! We estimate that there were between 800 and 900 of you, which was way above any of our guesses. Hopefully it was worth everyone’s time.

My slide deck is online, and in addition here are the demo videos we used at the end of the presentation.

VMware and PowerGUI demo at VMworld 2008


Using Invoke-VMScript and the VI Toolkit (for Windows)

If you missed the session, Eric Sloof posted some videos of it, as well as a few interviews as a bonus prize.

I’m really excited about Invoke-VMScript, but it’s worth repeating that this feature is for a future release.

If you’re looking for some of the session not contained in Eric’s videos, look for the full video to be available later on vmworld.com.

And, as always, if you’re interested in using any of the samples contained in the slide deck, get started by downloading the VI Toolkit (for Windows), it is free after all.

4 thoughts on “Videos from VMworld

  1. Dan R

    Carter,
    Your presentation at VMWorld was awesome, awesome, awesome! Easily one of the very best sessions at the show. I was excited about Powershell when I left that session. I can easily see the potential, even for the scripting-challenged such as myself. Thank you for providing such useful information!
    Dan

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  2. Carter Shanklin

    Thanks, Dan, your check is in the mail 🙂

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  3. Rob H

    Carter, et al.
    The presentation was GRRReat!!! No if I can just read through my scibbles. I quick question, what is the URL to begin using the Toolkit with PowerGUI?

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  4. Rob H

    I found my answer…
    http://www.rtfm-ed.eu/docs/vmwdocs/whitepaper-powershell.pdf

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