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Blogger Talk Show–Pilot Episode on PowerCLI

Here at VMware we are always trying to make sure we give you the information you need in a way that you can best consume it.

With this in mind, a little while ago I was asked to take part in a pilot for a new talk show VMware is looking to gain feedback on, this gives us the chance to give you more information in a less formal way and you to learn more about a given subject.

The initial talk show is a little rough around the edges but please do take 30 minutes out of your busy schedule to check it out and perhaps learn a little more about PowerCLI and how to work with VMs in particular.

Watch the video

Do you want to see more like this format on VMware wide products?

Please do take the time to give us some short feedback on if you would like to see more like this by filling in the survey here.

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Alan Renouf

About Alan Renouf

Alan Renouf is a Product Line Manager at VMware focusing on API's, SDK's and CLI's, He is responsible for providing the architects and operators of private and public cloud infrastructure with the toolkits/frameworks and command-line interfaces they require to build a fully automated software-defined datacenter. Alan is a frequent blogger at http://blogs.vmware.com/PowerCLI a book author and has a personal blog at http://virtu-al.net. You can follow Alan on twitter as @alanrenouf.

2 thoughts on “Blogger Talk Show–Pilot Episode on PowerCLI

  1. F KiD

    This reminds of “Geek out with Perry” at Microsoft within the Exchange Product Group…here is the YouTube video playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dmSythpFuM&index=1&list=PLBED7AD76D1C56659

  2. vikrant

    I really appreciate that you always provide us the best information about PowerCLI . I watched this video and blogger talk show is really awesome . The way you described in this video is really great. Thanks for sharing this video.


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