Hello all, I hope that everyone has enjoyed their Christmas and holidays so far? I had a plugged sink Christmas day about an hour or so before people showed up. So that was exciting but our dinner turned out wonderful, but the stack of dishes was scary the next day. My small family is scattered … Continue reading Newsletter: December 28
Hello all, I know I said this was the last post of the year, but I thought of some cool things I wanted to share so here we are. I had some interesting issues when I was at my previous employer. I am going to share how I solved them using CloudPhysics. I am not … Continue reading Solving issues using CloudPhysics
Hi all, This is likely my last blog for the year. At least right now I think that. But I wanted to get this done. This is the end of the PowerCLI Series - at least for now. As I find or hear about cool scripts I will share them. In particular, I will be … Continue reading PowerCLI Series – vCheck
Hello everyone, Things winding down for the holiday, but I have some time still so am trying to get some things done. This post is about the vSphere vC 5.5b upgrade, and host patching. Both were released very recently - around the 22nd I think. I use a Windows vC so the upgrade was a … Continue reading vSphere 5.5b Upgrade – things to know!
Hello again, Don't you love time off (and wife not around)? I can work on what I want. So very productive on this PowerCLI stuff, and I will do a vC upgrade blog soon too. But back to this. In part 1 we got things working, and in part 2 we saw a sample script … Continue reading PowerCLI Series – sample useful scripts – configure DNS, domain, and NTP
Hello again, In part 1 I helped you to get PowerCLI working. Now we are going to look at some scripts that are very useful. I am not a developer of scripts, but rather a consumer. I can tweak them as necessary but I rather find something I need that is very close and that … Continue reading PowerCLI Series – sample useful scripts – stop SSH
Hello all, I want to help everyone get more out of PowerCLI. So I am going to work through a short series on getting started with it, and doing a number of different things with it. This is more about being a consumer, rather than a developer. But it will get you going. Why PowerCLI? … Continue reading PowerCLI Series – Getting Started