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Folks,

Just thought I would make a listing of all things vSphere PowerCLI for people attending both VMworld and Tech Exchange.

Monday August 30th 2010

Tech Exchange for Developers

vSphere PowerCLI Engineering will walk us through PowerCLI and reveal some really cool things happening with PowerCLI and Onyx

Vladimir G. VMware vSphere R&D Manager

Vlad

Yavor B. VMware vSphere R&D Manager

Yavor

Session IDL PPC-11

Session Title: Automating vSphere Management using PowerCLI and Onyx

Tuesday and Thursday

VMworld

Alan R and Luc D blow the doors out of the event. Due to overwhelming popularity this session has been repeated. Show up early seating is limited, and dont miss out.

Session ID: TA6944

Session Title: PowerCLI is for Administrators !

Labs:

LAB26 – VMware vSphere™ PowerCLI

This lab will provide hands on training for scripting a VMware environment. The goal is to provide all the tools needed to automate, integrate, and extend VMware vCenter™ for your environment. Attendees will use the Microsoft PowerShell based PowerCLI for scripting VMware vCenter™ and ESX. They’ll walk away from the lab with a better understanding of VMware Infrastructure, resources for using the toolkit, and a variety of scripts for performing common administrative tasks. Exercises will cover performing tasks based on VM attributes, performing actions on many VMs at a time, and exporting performance data. This lab does not require programming or scripting experience.

Lab Captain: Alton Yu

PowerCLI Booth

We will also have a booth dedicated to managing vSphere with PowerCLI and the vSphere APIs. Come and meet our Booth Representatives – (Sorry folks not what you think) The booth will be staffed with most of the engineering teams from the core SDK / API groups.

Powercli-booth

City wide disruptions (PowerCLI Party)

We are planning on getting together on Monday night. Its looking like it will be the 21st Amendment. Stand by for more details.

This should be a great all around event for PowerCLI fans – hope to see you there.