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PowerCLI 5.8r1 Reference Poster Now Available!

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*10/30/2014 – v2 has been published and is available at the download links below

Back by popular demand! For all of you poster lovers out there, we have been getting so many people asking us if there would be a new version of the PowerCLI 5.1 poster that we went ahead and created an updated poster for PowerCLI 5.8r1.

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PowerCLI 5.8 release 1: Enhanced Performance

PowerCLI 5.8 release 1 has now been out for two weeks and some people are already noticing a difference in the startup speed of this latest release. What has happened? What has changed? well, we’ll get to that, just note that the first command run in a PowerCLI session prior to version 5.8 would take roughly 24 seconds to complete. Now, it takes 1 second. *Applause to the PowerCLI team!*

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PowerCLI 5.8 New Feature: Import-vApp using Get-OvfConfiguration (Part 2 of 2)

in Part 1 we discussed how to add a configuration to the OvfConfiguration object (See Post HERE). In this post we will quickly discuss how to leverage the new –OvfConfiguration parameter when deploying vApps.

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PowerCLI 5.8 New Feature: Get-OvfConfiguration (Part 1 of 2)

 

As many of you have read in the release notes of vSphere PowerCLI 5.8 r1 we have introduced a new cmdlet ‘Get-OvfConfiguration’ along with a new parameter on the ‘Import-vApp’ cmdlet to allow users to specify and set the OVF properties for an OVF deployment.

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New Release: VMware vSphere PowerCLI 5.8 Release 1

I am pleased to announce that vSphere PowerCLI 5.8 R1 is now Generally Available to the public. With this comes new features and extensibility into Storage policy based management, Easily deploy OVF/OVA files with new configuration options, Support for newer versions of vCloud Director (vCD), vCloud Air, Site Recovery Manager (SRM), and more!

Below is an overview of the updates that you can find within this latest release.

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