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25 VMware PowerCLI Hacks: Automate and Improve your Environment

Do you wish you could get more done in less time? Are you familiar with PowerCLI but have too little time to really put it to work?

Learn how you can automate 25 tasks in VMware easily, one step at a time, with our exclusive email series by Adam Bertram!

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How does it work?

  • FREE weekly PowerCLI email epsiodes
  • Bite-sized knowledge you can start using right away
  • Learn to use PowerCLI effecively a step at a time
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Once you sign up, we send you a PowerCLI article a week via e-mail (at zero cost). One piece a week, in bite-sized chunks that are easy to digest and put to use.

Each article tackles a commonly executed task in VMware and shows you how you can use PowerCLI to Spend less time doing things that can be automated.

Finally - You get sample script downloads and example uses with each episode!

What you’ll learn

Here’s a preview of the good stuff you can expect when you sign up:

  • How to Automate Offline Snapshots
  • Configure ESX Hosts with PowerShell
  • Finding Uptime of your VMs
  • Find all vSphere Log Entries for Today
  • Create Virtual Disks with PowerShell
  • Import VMs with PowerShell
  • Install VMware Tools on your VMs with PowerShell
  • Get the Top 10 VMs by Disk IO
  • Resume and Suspend VMs
  • Create and Attach Additional Drives to VMs
Hacks Author

About the author

Adam Bertram is an independent consultant, technical writer, trainer, and presenter. Adam specializes in consulting and evangelizing all things IT automation mainly focused around Windows PowerShell. Adam is a Microsoft Windows Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, and a PowerShell Guru, focused on Windows PowerShell and has numerous Microsoft IT pro certifications.

Follow Adam on Twitter: @adbertram

Why by email?

Getting to grips with PowerCLI can be pretty time consuming and trying to get to grips with a batch of scripts for different purposes at one go can be daunting. How often have you saved an eBook for later but you never ended up reading it?

The intention behind receiving a single bite-sized chunk of PowerCLI scripting a week is to help you pace yourself and buiding up your knowledge in limited time.