Did you see that PowerCLI now connects to vCloud Air? Did you also see that we there is a great vCloud Air Meets PowerCLI blog series being posted on the https://blogs.vmware.com/vcloud page?
If you read the previous post about what’s new in PowerCLI, you will have seen that we have been busy transitioning the core distribution model of PowerCLI cmdlets from Snapins to modules. This release is a hybrid deployment where you will still see several last PSSnapins. To see which PSSnapins still exist, you can run:
Get-PSSnapin -Name VMware*
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I am pleased to announce that vSphere PowerCLI 6.0 Release 1 is now Generally Available to the public. With this comes many great new features and functionality.
One of the great things that I love about PowerCLI is that although we are product-feature driven, we are also very much customer driven. Each new release tends to have several features or enhancements that have been asked for by YOU, our customers. These new features come to us by way of interaction at events like VMworld, Partner Exchange, VMUG Conferences, Twitter, Email, and customer visits. What better way to show our customers that we listen then by adding in features they ask for? This release does not disappoint! Thank you to all who provide feedback and help us continue to improve this great tool.
In this release PowerCLI meets VSAN, vCloud Air, Modules, and More! If that isn’t enough to spark interest in reading further, I don’t know what will! Without further ado:
What’s New in This Release Continue reading