The release of VMware PowerCLI 10.0.0 was another big one for us. As a result, PowerCLI is now available on Linux, MacOS, and Windows! As part of every major release, there’s a large number of asks for the PowerCLI poster and today we’re releasing it!
The poster features a bit of a layout refresh which conforms to a more standardized poster sizing guideline, but still features all of our cmdlets, some basic examples, and links to helpful resources.
If you’re looking to print one out, they are best at 36 inches wide by 24 inches tall.
Be on the lookout for these posters coming to a VMworld and/or VMUG near you!
Let us know where you’re putting your poster and how you’re using it either in the comments or on Twitter by mentioning the PowerCLI account!
PowerCLI 6.5 was a big release for us. We changed the name to reflect that we’re doing a bit more than just vSphere these days, we fully converted our snap-ins to modules, and so many more upgrades and updates. There are always a lot of asks for it with every release, so I am extremely happy to finally announce the release of the VMware PowerCLI 6.5 R1 poster!
The poster features a bit of a new layout, but still features all of our cmdlets and some associated examples. It also calls out the PowerCLI Community Repository, along with some of what it contains thanks to our amazing community members, and some of the PowerCLI focused flings!
If you’re looking to print one out, they are best at 39 inches width by 19 inches height.
Also, be on the lookout for these posters coming to a VMworld and/or VMUG near you!