I’ve been a long time Mac user but only recently have I started using a Mac for work. I recently had to connect to a Cisco switch to do some config work and found myself pausing for a sec because for the first time in my career I didn’t have access to Putty and […]Read More Connecting to Device Console with a Mac
Pre Conference Today was pre conference day. It’s the official start of Cisco Live. The Pre Conference day is for some of Cisco Live’s premium content and a great opportunity for you to get the lay of the land, pick-up your badge and materials. Since this was my very first time at the Orange County […]Read More Cisco Live 2018 – Pre Conference
The time is nearly here! I’m packing my bags, my flight leaves tomorrow – Orlando here I come! Cisco Live starts Sunday! Please make sure to follow me here and on Twitter as I am going to try my best to report on everything that comes out of Cisco Live this coming week. I plan […]Read More Cisco Live 2018 Coverage
Cisco Live has got to be my absolute favorite IT Conference! The presenters are fantastic, the sessions are very tech forward, and very lite on the sales pitch. Cisco actually discourages their sales teams from attending so their customers can have a pressure free week to explore and learn more about Cisco’s offerings. I participated […]Read More Tips for attending Cisco Live 2018
The Champlain Valley VMUG Spring Meeting is coming up, just one week away, this Tuesday March 20th. We’ll be returning to one of the most popular venues, the Trader Dukes Hotel, in South Burlington. Doors open at 12:30PM, the meeting with presentations will go until 5PM, and then it will be followed by a networking […]Read More Champlain Valley VMUG Spring 2018 Meeting
Now that PowerShell 6.0 has been officially released you can run PowerShell on Linux and Mac, in addition to Windows of course. So, with that you can now run the new PowerCLI 10 on MacOS! While Microsoft’s documentation specifically sites MacOS 10.12, I can assure you that this entire process was done from a MacBook […]Read More Installing PowerShell and PowerCLI on MacOS
Earlier this year VMware released PowerCLI 10! Wait a minute, 10??? What happened to 7, 8, and 9?? I’ll get to that in a minute… Along side PowerCLI 10, Microsoft PowerShell 6.0 has also been released. This is big, really, really big. If you haven’t been following PowerShell with their 6.0 release they are adding […]Read More PowerCLI 10!