Everyone cheered when we released an updated Onyx fling that allowed users to finally record their actions in the vSphere Web Client. (you can read about what Onyx for the Web Client is, and how to install it here: https://blogs.vmware.com/PowerCLI/2015/07/new-fling-onyx-web-client.html).
I had a VMware Senior Systems Engineer reach out to me yesterday asking on a customer’s behalf, if there were any PowerCLI cmdlets that could change VMCP settings.
*** If you are not familiar with VM Component Protection, I suggest you take a look at this blog post written by my co-worker Matt Meyer, which describes in detail what VMCP is and what each setting does: https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2015/06/vm-component-protection-vmcp.html ***
I knew that we didn’t have any cmdlets for this yet so the next step for me was to Continue reading
There is a new PowerCLI Book on the market and recently I had a chance to talk to the writer, Sajal Debnath, we asked him a few questions about the new book, make sure you check out the below Q&A with Sajal where he explains more about PowerCLI, why you should use it, the book and more about him.
First and foremost, where can we find the book?
You can get the book from publisher website:
From Amazon India:
Who is Sajal?, tell us about yourself and how you started using PowerCLI?
I am a Technocrat with more than 12 years of experience mainly in Operating Systems, Datacenter Virtualization and Cloud Computing.