#vBrownBag Follow-Up Using #vCO to manage Active Directory and Exchange with Sean Massey (@seanpmassey)

VMware’s vCenter Orchestrator is usually thought of as a tool for automating VMware environments. But when vCO is combined with PowerShell, it can be used to automate and manage Microsoft applications as well. In this installment of Automate All the Things Sean Massey (@seanpmassey) will talk about how to automate Active Directory and Exchange using[…]

Automate ALL the Things #vBrownBag Follow Up – Introduction to PowerCLI with Josh Atwell (@josh_atwell)

Josh Atwell (@josh_atwell) provides an overview of PowerCLI, its capabilities and then goes into a hands on demo. Download PowerCLI https://my.vmware.com/web/vmware/details?productId=285&downloadGroup=VSP510-PCLI-510 Google+ Community If you need help, have other questions or want to keep the conversation going, you can join the G+ Automate All the Things community:  http://bit.ly/vBBAuto Video #vBrownBag Automate ALL the things –[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-up Automating View with PowerCLI with Brad Christian (@bchristian21)

Brad Christian (@bchristian21) presents on using PowerShell to automate VMware View Pool creation and user provisioning, including Floating Linked Clones, Replica Tiering, AD group creation and entitlements. This method can have a new PowerShell user automating VMware View in under an hour just by filling out a few variables in a spreadsheet. See http://vhipster.com/2013/03/28/vbrownbag/ for the slide[…]