Andrew Leibovici talks about how you can start to automate VMware Horizon View, how it works, how to configure your environment, how to get-help and some examples. #vBrownBag Automate ALL the things – PowerCLI for the VDI geek with Andre Leibovici (@andreleibovici) from ProfessionalVMware on Vimeo.
Alan Renouf rolls the next Automate All the Things session, discussing PowerCLI for the infrastructure manager. Â He kicks off with requirements for PowerCLI as well as some basic commands to help get you started automating all the things. **First 35 seconds not edited, after all isn’t that what makes a #vBrownBag? Slides Video #vBrownBag Automate[…]
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: Â http://bit.ly/vBBAuto Video #vBrownBag Automate ALL the things –[…]
Todd Lewey (@tlewey) covers the installation and configuration of Autolab which will be used through out the Automate All the Things series. Getting Started with Autolab You can download Autolab here (http://www.labguides.com/) Google+ Community If you need help, have other questions or want to keep the conversation going, you can join the G+ Automate All[…]
Tonight we had on Josh Atwell and 50ish of our closest #vBrownBag friends to kick off our next few months of vSphere and Infrastructure automation. The video is below: Video #vBrownBag Automate ALL the things – Introduction from ProfessionalVMware on Vimeo.
This post is by Cody Bunch. Iâ€™ve had a request or two recently on how to get started with VMware automation, what resources are there, and what tool should I use. This post aims to at least address two out of the three. That is, how to get started and what resources. Tool selection has[…]
First, thank you to the VMUG organization and the respective VMUGs for making this happen. I hope the content was good and useful to yâ€™all. Please drop a line if you have questions, need to know more, or need help getting started. Below are the slides and links from the session: Links: vCO Links http://vbrownbag.comm/vcenter-orchestrator/[…]
DPM or Distributed Power Management is the power saving function of VMwareâ€™s DRS. Iâ€™ll not go into too much on configuring it here, as thatâ€™s quite thoroughly covered elsewhere (Those are 3 different links). I will show you, however, quickly how to test it. Why? Well, there are a few times when youâ€™d want to[…]
This came up whilst doing preparation and writing for a forthcoming exam prep book. There was an objective that required changing the location of a VM Swap file. There are two PowerCLI one-liners that can help you here. One for the cluster level, then one for the hosts. PowerCLI – Change the VM Swapfile location[…]