Managing V Sphere With The Vesi

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Managing V Sphere With The Vesi

  1. 1. Managing VMware vSphere 4 with The Virtualization EcoShell Drive PowerCLI to the max Eric Sloof – NTPRO.NL
  2. 2. Introduction • Eric Sloof • VMware Certified Instructor • Freelance VMware Consultant • Blogger at NTPRO.NL
  3. 3. Agenda • About The Virtualization EcoShell • The EcoShell Console • Task Automation • Administrative Reports • Getting Started • Configuring Virtualization EcoShell • Demo • Twitter Aliases
  4. 4. About the Virtualization EcoShell The goal of the Virtualization EcoShell is to provide a freeware desktop application for novice and expert IT administrators leveraging Windows PowerShell™ scripts across their multi-platform virtual environments.
  5. 5. The EcoShell Console
  6. 6. Task Automation Reduce errors from manual processes across multiple areas of responsibility through the script-based administration of repetitive and complex tasks inherent in virtualization infrastructures.
  7. 7. Administrative Reports Provide pre-defined and customizable reports as well as automated maps without hassle in HTML, XML and CSV formats, including support for Microsoft® Visio.
  8. 8. Administrative Reports
  9. 9. Powerful Script Assistance Cushion and ramp up script creation by exposing, analyzing and troubleshooting script output for common Windows PowerShell commands.
  10. 10. Powerful Script Assistance
  11. 11. Getting Started 1. Virtualization EcoShell Build 1.0.5.67 2. Windows PowerShell Version 1.0 3. VMware PowerCLI 4.0 http://thevesi.org/downloads.jspa
  12. 12. Configuring Virtualization EcoShell • Adding Connections • Managed Hosts • Selecting Objects and Connect
  13. 13. Configuring Virtualization EcoShell • Adding actions and Script Links
  14. 14. Demo
  15. 15. Twitter aliasses • Scott Herold - @vmguru • Carter Shanklin – @cshanklin • Alan Renouf - @alanrenouf • Hal Rottenberg - @halr9000 • Luc Dekens - @LucD22 • Dmitry Sotnikov @Dsotnikov • Hugo Peeters @hugopeeters • Eric Sloof - @esloof • @theVESI

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