Get to grips with PowerCLI to automate routine tasks using packt's latest Book and eBook

February 2014 | Enterprise

Packt Publication is pleased to announce the launch of Learning Power CLI, which will help readers Automate your VMware vSphere environment. This book is available in various formats and is competitively priced at $44.99 for the print version. For the electronic versions, it’s just $21.59.

About the author:

Robert van den Nieuwendijk is the owner of "den Nieuwendijk Informatica", a company he started in 1989. With over 25 years of experience in the IT industry and a degree in software engineering, Robert has been awarded the vExpert title by VMware for his significant contributions to the community and for his willingness to share his expertise with others. Currently, he is a VMware vSphere administrator at Wageningen UR (University and Research centre).

PowerCLI is a powerful command-line tool that lets users automate all aspects of vSphere management, including network, storage, VM, guest OS, and more. PowerCLI is distributed as a Windows PowerShell snapin, and includes over 370 PowerShell cmdlets to manage and automate vSphere and vCloud, along with documentation and samples.

Learning Power CLI is a dedicated guide to managing vSphere using PowerCLI to be efficient, virtualize, and automate the test environment. This book helps readers get started and automate daily tasks quickly and efficiently. Readers are introduced to VMware vSphere PowerCLI right from downloading and installing the software to creating good-looking reports of the VMware vSphere environment.

The book guides readers through everything they need to know to start automating their VMware vSphere infrastructure. All the examples from the book can be directly used by readers in their environment.

This book is for anyone who needs to install and use VMware vSphere PowerCLI and automate their VMware vSphere infrastructure by getting the most out of PowerCLI.

Learning PowerCLI
A practical guide to get you started with automating vmware vsphere via power CLI

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information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/learning-powercli/book


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