Yesterday VMware announced that PowerCLI has been updated to 6.5.3. In this release some issues have been address and there are several new features, including: New module for NSX-T A “Create” method that can be used with the Get-Service cmdlets Now that Power CLI is a PowerShell module available from the PowerShell Gallery it’s super […]Read More PowerCLI Updated 6.5.3
Configuring NTP on a Cisco device is an easy, and essential, step when configuring a new router or switch. SYSLOG log entries are all stamped with the time and if the time is off from device to device it will make t-shooting events and event correlation that much more difficult. So, the solution is to […]Read More Configuring NTP on a Cisco Device
I’ve fast become a big fan of Visual Studio Code for my ISE (Integrated Software Environment). I’m using to develop/learn PowerShell, Power CLI, and Python. For me the default color scheme is easy on the eyes when I’m working, the contextual highlights bring my attention to something when it’s not correct, and it integrates with […]Read More Connecting Visual Studio Code to Github
PowerCLI is a very powerful scripting language written as a set of Microsoft PowerShell Cmdlets. If you’re not familiar with PowerShell I highly recommend you take a look at it as it is the defacto way to administer anything Microsoft, particularly if you’re looking to automate routine tasks. I recently got started with PowerCLI, and […]Read More Getting Started with PowerCLI
Earlier this year I was named a VMware vExpert! I’m very excited and honored to be named a vExpert. For those of you who don’t know, vExpert is VMware’s evangelist program and semi-annually people may submit their application to be named a vExpert. There are several different vExpert sub-programs, in addition to the vExpert. There […]Read More vExpert 2017
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