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VMworld Sneak Peek: INF8038 – Getting Started with PowerShell and PowerCLI

VMworld US 2016

VMworld Session INF8038 is going to be great regardless of whether you’re new to PowerShell or just in need of a refresher. The session will be packed full of information from getting your PowerShell profile setup to understanding the difference between a module and a snap-in, then starting down the path of using logic statements and even creating your own scripts.

Check out this video by Chris Wahl to get a sneak peek on what to expect:

Don’t forget to register for the session by way of the VMworld Content Catalog!

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Kyle Ruddy

About Kyle Ruddy

Kyle Ruddy is a Senior Technical Marketing Architect working for VMware R&D in the Cloud Platform Business Unit. Kyle currently focuses on vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS automation and the associated automation frameworks including all things API, CLI, and SDK. Kyle is also a Microsoft MVP and long-term vExpert whom can be found blogging on VMware blogs, http://blogs.vmware.com/vSphere and http://blogs.vmware.com/PowerCLI, and his personal blog, https://www.kmruddy.com. His Twitter: @kmruddy

One thought on “VMworld Sneak Peek: INF8038 – Getting Started with PowerShell and PowerCLI

  1. vikrant

    Thanks foe sharing and the session was also the great. The way they described each and everything about PowerShell in the session was really a good.

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