Command line management has always been a big part of a vSphere management. Back in the earlier days of ESX, many used the service console
PowerCLI can come in quite handy in a vSphere environment, especially when you’re managing a large number of hosts. Sure, you can find sample scripts
Recently, I had a friend who’s a networking guy message me after he started a new job, and logged into vCenter for the first time.
Anyone who as been in virutalization for a while knows how far vCenter has come since the Virtual Center 1.0 days. This week, on
VMware Integrated OpenStack One of the key features of VIO is the ease of upgrades. VIO will provide in place upgrades, after testing by VMware.
Free is an interesting term to use when we talk about virtualization platforms. As hypervisors have become standard fare in the data center we are