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Welcome a new face to the team

 

3TSeV8RqYou are about to see new and exciting blog posts arrive from a fresh face on the team.  Please do join me in welcoming the new Technical Marketing expert on all things PowerCLI – Kyle Ruddy.

Kyle works as part of our Technical Marketing team, being responsible for vSphere Operations Management and will also cover APIs / SDKs and CLIs.

Kyle has been a big fan of PowerCLI, and automation in general, having technically reviewed PowerCLI books, presented PowerCLI based VMUG sessions, and been a strong community contributor. Kyle’s focus will be to continue evangelizing PowerCLI and its use to help VMware customers increase their productivity and consistency and to bring you the latest and greatest in news and new ways to use PowerCLI.

During his spare time, Kyle enjoys golfing, SCUBA diving, and most motorsports activities.

 

You can find Kyle’s personal blog at http://thatcouldbeaproblem.com and can contact him on twitter via @kmruddy

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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.

3 thoughts on “Welcome a new face to the team

  1. Paul George

    Hello

    A request

    One feature that I would like to see added to PowerCLI “New-VM” is the ability to add CPU and Cores during deployment so that the VM doesn’t have to be rebooted to apply these after deployment. I know the “Set-VM” contains this but it would be better added to “New-VM” as well.

    for changing cores I use this example but requires the VM to be shutdown.

    $VMname = VMname
    $spec = New-Object –Type VMware.Vim.VirtualMAchineConfigSpec –Property @{“NumCoresPerSocket” = $_.cores}
    ($VMname).ExtensionData.ReconfigVM_Task($spec)

    Thoughts?

    Reply
  2. Alan Renouf

    @Paul

    We showed a “Tech Preview” of a future version of PowerCLI that has this, hang tight 🙂

    Reply
  3. vikrant

    Kyle Ruddy is a great guy , I follow his blogs and the way he described each and everything about powerCLI in his blog is really a very good.

    Reply

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