Mostly I created VLANs in UCS with the GUI, but how do we do this in PowerShell?
How do you indentify VMs that generates the most IOPS? With the vSphere Client? No, we do it in PowerCLI 😉
Often you have to check the paths on your hosts. At least if you upgrade your UCS or SAN infrastructure 😉 Do it with PowerCLI!
In my last post, we collected data with PowerCLI scripts to build some graphs and numbers in Excel. Let’s start fomating this data!
What about a Report about your VM growth per Cluster? The only thing we use is Excel, PowerCLI and HTML-Reports. I show you how to build that.
Let’s build a HTML-Report about the CDP Neighbours of your ESXi Hosts.