VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference: Automating vSphere Administration [NOOK Book]

Overview

VMware vSphere PowerCLI is a must-have tool for any administrator managing VMware vSphere in a Windows environment. Having to repeat vSphere administrative tasks can be time consuming and error-prone, but PowerCLI—created specifically for Windows environments—allows VMware administrators to automate tasks. Written to the latest PowerCLI, this handy guide shows you step by step how to use the PowerCLI cmdlets for daily administration procedures and frequently performed tasks for VMware vSphere X. The reference is ...
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VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference: Automating vSphere Administration

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Overview

VMware vSphere PowerCLI is a must-have tool for any administrator managing VMware vSphere in a Windows environment. Having to repeat vSphere administrative tasks can be time consuming and error-prone, but PowerCLI—created specifically for Windows environments—allows VMware administrators to automate tasks. Written to the latest PowerCLI, this handy guide shows you step by step how to use the PowerCLI cmdlets for daily administration procedures and frequently performed tasks for VMware vSphere X. The reference is organized by vSphere tasks, providing a practical approach to accessing the information you need while you are on the job. Supported by real world examples and no-nonsense instruction, coverage includes installation, configuration, and management of a vSphere environment, management of the virtual machine life-cycle, security, and monitoring and reporting.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118084656
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 768
  • Sales rank: 725,826
  • File size: 9 MB

Meet the Author

Luc Dekens, VMware vExpert, has worked with operating systems for over 20 years and now focuses on virtualization, particularly platforms produced by VMware. He blogs about PowerCLI and the vSphere SDK at www.lucd.info.

Alan Renouf, VMware vExpert, is an EMC vSpecialist and has been working with VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft products for several years. Currently he focuses on virtualization products and their automation using PowerShell. He is also cohost, along with Jonathan Medd, of the Get Scripting podcast (www.get-scripting.blogspot.com).

Glenn Sizemore, VMware vExpert, started scripting early in his IT career, adopting PowerShell early on and conquering it when VMware PowerCLI first shipped. He shares scripts and automation techniques on his blog at www.Get-Admin.com.

Arnim van Lieshout, VMware vExpert, has been in the IT industry for 12 years, working mainly with operating systems. He has been focusing on virtualization for the last five years, especially automating tasks using PowerShell. Arnim blogs at www.van-lieshout.com.

Jonathan Medd, PowerShell MVP, is cohost of the Get-Scripting podcast and also shares his PowerShell knowledge at www.jonathanmedd.net.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part 1 Install, Configure and Manage the vSphere Environment.

1 Automating vCenter Server Deployment and Configuration.

2 Automating ESX/ESX(i) Server Deployment and Configuration.

3 Automating Storage and Networking.

4 Using Advanced vSphere Features.

Part 2 Managing the Virtual Machine Life-Cycle.

5 Creating virtual machines.

6 Templates and Customisation Specifications.

7 Configuring Virtual Machine Hardware.

8 Advanced Virtual Machine Features.

9 Using vApps.

Part 3 Securing your vSphere Environment.

10 Backup and Restore your Virtual Machines.

11 Organize Your Disaster Recovery.

12 Hardening the vSphere Environment.

13 Maintain Security in Your vSphere Environment.

Part 4 Monitoring and Reporting.

14 Reporting the Status of a vSphere Environment.

15 Using Statistical Data.

16 Monitoring a vSphere Environment.

17 Auditing a vSphere Environment.

Part 5 Scripting Tools and Features.

18 Scheduling Automation Scripts.

19 The SDK.

20 The Onyx Project.

21 PowerGui and VEcoShell.

22 PowerWF Studio.

23 Add a GUI Frontend to Your Automation Scripts.

Index.

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