Hello all, I hope everyone who reads this is doing well? It was wonderful to see and chat with many of you last week at VMworld. I was able to write up some of what I enjoyed at VMworld, but I am updating it as I watch videos that are worth telling you about, or … Continue reading Newsletter: September 8, 2018
Hello all, A full week at home - yahoo! Wait, not quite full, as when I got home last Friday my wife took me out to the mountains on a small holiday and hiking - it was amazing - the weather was good and it is very nice to hike in the mountains. This week … Continue reading Newsletter: July 21, 2018
Hello all, This is likely going to be out late. I have spent 6 days in a row working in a data center, to do something pretty simple stuff but yet it has not turned out that way. It is important work, and it will impact many of you so I work hard. So not … Continue reading Newsletter: July 1, 2018 – Happy Canada Day!
Hello all, I had some very good PTO in Africa and that is why I have been dark on the blog. I am back again, but as I am just back, and I have a week in a datacenter next week I need to prep for, and a webinar I forgot I volunteered to do … Continue reading Newsletter: June 23, 2018
Hi there, Here is the info I used to get PowerShell and PowerCLI working on my Mac. While it is here for the next time I need it, it is also here in case I helps you. And it was weird. Very weird - as I had to clean up. We are doing PowerShell 6.0.1 … Continue reading Installing PowerShell / PowerCLI on a Mac
Hello, A short week, but it feels like it was a long one anyway. I have submitted a nice whitepaper I am looking forward to sharing it with you. A small one, but a huge amount of work went into it. I like having the Veeam vSphere Web Client plug-in installed as it means I … Continue reading Newsletter: February 24, 2018
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. I did … Continue reading PowerCLI Series – Getting Started – 2018 edition