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Get Set With PowerCLI and Distributed Virtual Switches, Part 1
melissa • June 07, 2016 • No Comments

This article is a continuation of the series I like to call To continue learning about PowerCLI, I want to now focus on PowerCLI for

Continuing to Get Set With PowerCLI and Standard vSwitches
melissa • May 26, 2016 • No Comments

In If you do not have This is why PowerCLI is such an important tool when creating a vSwitch.  You can write a PowerCLI script

A Guide to Fumbling Through VMware PowerCLI
melissa • May 23, 2016 • No Comments

VMware's PowerCLI can come in quite handy in a vSphere environment, especially when you are managing a large number of hosts.  Sure, you can find

#VCAPorBUST Objective 3 – Implement and Manage Host Clusters – DRS
melissa • August 03, 2014 • No Comments

Welcome to the latest installment of the #VCAPorBUST series - aimed at preparing for VMware vSphere DRS, or Distributed Resource Scheduler, is one

#VCAPorBUST – I Was Working In the Lab Late One Night
melissa • July 21, 2014 • No Comments

All of us VCAP-ers know how important our home labs are, so I wanted to give you all a rundown of mine, and how I

#VCAPorBUST Objective 3 – Implement and Manage Host Clusters – High Availability
melissa • July 13, 2014 • No Comments

When it comes to vSphere HA, there is a couple of key concepts.  Mainly, Admission Control and fail over policy settings, as well as Host