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VMware vCloud Director Essentials

by Lipika Pal

If you are a technical professional with system administration knowledge, then this book is for you. The book also covers areas of importance if you are a virtualization engineer, consultant, architect, senior system engineer, or senior system analyst. You should possess core vSphere platform knowledge necessary to serve as a base to learn vCloud Director and its associated components.

VMware vCloud Security

by Prasenjit Sarkar

VMware vCloud Security provides the reader with in depth knowledge and practical exercises sufficient to implement a secured private cloud using VMware vCloud Director and vCloud Networking and Security.This book is primarily for technical professionals with system administration and security administration skills with significant VMware vCloud experience who want to learn about advanced concepts of vCloud security and compliance.

VMware View 5 Desktop Virtualization Solutions

by Jason Langone Andre Leibovici

This book will pull information and expertise from real world scenarios so as to maximize practical learning. It will explain the settings and configurations needed to have a successful desktop virtualization solution as well as the 'why' behind the decisions. This book is meant as a guide for architects, solution providers, consultants, engineers and anyone planning to design and implement a solution based on VMware View 5.

VMware View Security Essentials

by Daniel Langenhan

A practical and fast-paced guide that gives you all the information you need to secure your virtual environment.This book is a "how-to" for the novice, a "reference guide" for the advanced user, and a "go to" for the experienced user in all the aspects of VMware View desktop virtualization security.

VMware Virtual SAN Cookbook

by Jeffrey Taylor

The perfect guide to successful VMware Virtual SAN implementation and operations, with recipes to guide you through the process About This Book * Design a Virtual SAN infrastructure from selecting hardware to full capacity. * Deploy and manage a software-defined storage solution with VMware Virtual SAN * Prepare for architectural and scale changes as your enterprise grows and develops Who This Book Is For If you are an administrator of a VMware vSphere infrastructure and want to simplify storage delivery by integrating storage into vSphere, this book is for you. No extensive storage background is needed as VMware Virtual SAN integrates into the existing vSphere solutions with which you are already familiar. What You Will Learn * Prepare your infrastructure for VMware Virtual SAN * Plan and build infrastructure solutions to suit your needs * Implement VMware Virtual SAN * Exploit the power of policy-based management * Increase or decrease the scale of your Virtual SAN as needs change * Monitor your Virtual SAN infrastructure effectively * Respond to and troubleshoot problems In Detail VMware Virtual SAN is a radically simple, hypervisor-converged storage, designed and optimized for vSphere virtual infrastructure. VMware introduced the software to help customers store more and more virtual machines. As data centers continue to evolve and grow, managing infrastructure becomes more challenging. Traditional storage solutions like monolithic storage arrays and complex management are often ill-suited to the needs of the modern data center. Software-defined storage solutions, like VMware Virtual SAN, integrate the storage side of the infrastructure with the server side, and can simplify management and improve flexibility. This book is a detailed guide which provides you with the knowledge you need to successfully implement and manage VMware VSAN and deployed infrastructures. You will start with an introduction to VSAN and object storage, before moving on to hardware selection, critical to a successful VSAN deployment. Next, you will discover how to prepare your existing infrastructure to support your VSAN deployment and explore Storage policy-Based Management, including policy changes, maintenance, validation, and troubleshooting VSAN. Finally, the book provides recipes to expedite the resolution process and gather all the information required to pursue a rapid resolution. Style and approach A practical guide to implementing VMware Virtual SAN filled with recipes, tips, and detailed explanations.

VMware vRealize Configuration Manager Cookbook

by Abhijeet Shriram Janwalkar

Over 80 recipes to teach you the power of vRealize Configuration Manager 5.8 to provide automated and continuous configuration management About This Book * First book in the market that provides a broad configuration and compliance management solution for your enterprise. * Champion the skills of the latest features of VMware vRealize Configuration Manager and implement it in your organization. * A recipe based approach book that will enlighten you to configure VCM to collect and manage data from your virtual and physical environment. Who This Book Is For If you are a system administrator who is eager to provide better administration with VCM and are familiar with managing network users and resources along with performing system maintenance, then this book is for you. What You Will Learn * Find out how to configure automated patching of your infrastructure for Windows as well Unix machines * Maintain and upgrade your vRealize Configuration Manager * Integrate with other VMware tools such as vCloud Director, vRealise Operations, vCenter, and vCloud Network and Security * Understand what vRealize Configuration Manager is and what its capacities are * Explore how vRealize Configuration Manager can be used for patching, compliance management, and software distribution * Troubleshoot vRealize Configuration Manager with ease In Detail VMware vRealize Configuration Manager (VCM) helps you to automate IT operations, manage performance, and gain visibility across physical and virtual infrastructure. It is continuously being used by enterprises to audit the configurations of the VMware infrastructure as well as the Windows, Linux, and UNIX operating systems. This book is filled with practical recipes through which you will learn about the latest features of vRealize Configuration Manager 5.8.X, starting with installation of various tiers of VCM followed by configuration management across physical and virtual servers. Throughout this book, you will explore how VCM can perform tasks such as patch management, compliance assessment, and software package distribution along with Machine filters for new platforms such as RHEL 7 and Windows 10. This book will ease your troubles while upgrading from the existing VCM to the latest version by providing you with step-by-step instructions about the process of migration along with upgrade and maintenance support. This book will help you understand how to integrate vRealize Configuration with other applications along with schedule management and also guide you on how to handle security issues. After reading this book, you will have a clear understanding of how VCM fits in the overall picture of the data center design from a patching and compliance perspective. Style and approach This book takes a recipe-based approach that will provide you with an effective and a practical configuration management solution for your enterprise.

VMware vRealize Operations Essentials

by Matthew Steiner

Harness the power of VMware vRealize Operations to efficiently manage your IT infrastructure About This Book * Extract the optimum performance, availability, and capacity of your IT infrastructure with the help of vRealise Operations Manager * Leverage the power of strategic reports to drive tactful decision-making within the IT department * A pragmatic guide to proficiently manage your applications and storage Who This Book Is For If you are a vSphere administrator and wish to optimize your virtual environment, this book is your go-to guide on vRealize Operations. As a vSphere administrator, it is assumed that you have a good understanding of both physical and virtual infrastructure. A basic knowledge of application monitoring and log analysis would be useful when we dive into the capabilities of the solution. What You Will Learn * Architect, design, and install vRealize Operations * Migrate from the previous vCenter Operations Manager 5.x version, configure vR Ops policies, and create custom groups * Use out-of-the-box Dashboards, Views, and Reports and create your own customized Dashboards, Views, and Reports * Apply the Alerting framework of Symptoms, Recommendations, and Actions, and create your own Alerting content * Leverage the power of Capacity Planning to maximize the utilization of your virtual infrastructure * Manage the rest of your infrastructure, including storage and applications, with vRealize Operations Management Packs * Extend the solution with vRealize Hyperic and Log Insight In Detail This book will enable you to deliver on the operational disciplines of Performance, Health, Capacity, Configuration, and Compliance by making the best use of solutions provided by vRealize Operations. Starting with architecture, design, and sizing, we will ensure your implementation of vRealize Operations is a success. We will dive into the utilization of a solution to manage your vSphere infrastructure. Then, we will employ out-of-the-box Dashboards and the very powerful Views and Reporting functionality of vRealize Operations to create your custom dashboards and address your reporting requirements. Next, we go through the Alerting framework and how Symptoms, Recommendations, and Actions are used to achieve efficient operations. Later you will master the topic of Capacity Planning, where we look at how important it is to craft appropriate policies to match your requirements, and we'll consider attitude toward capacity risk, which will aid you to build future project requirements into your capacity plans. Finally, we will look at extending the solution to manage Storage, Applications, and other IT infrastructures using Management Packs from Solution Exchange, as well as how the solution can be enhanced with the integration of Log Insight. Style and approach This book is a pragmatic, step-by-step guide that will quickly build your knowledge of the key capabilities of vRealize Operations. As well as learning about the solution, we will provide you with real-world examples that will help you customize and enhance your virtual environment.

VMware vRealize Operations Performance and Capacity Management

by Iwan 'E1' Rahabok

If you are an IT professional who is interested in performance management and capacity management in a virtual data center, then this book is ideal for you. The book is an intermediate-level book.

VMware vRealize Orchestrator Cookbook

by Daniel Langenhan

If you are a VMware administrator who is interested in automating your infrastructure, this book is for you. An understanding of basic programming concepts is advised. No previous knowledge of Orchestrator is required, although some previous knowledge of it will allow you to get started more easily.

VMware vRealize Orchestrator Cookbook - Second Edition

by Daniel Langenhan

Over 90 recipes to satisfy all your automation needs and leverage vRealize Orchestrator 7.1 for your projects About This Book * Unleash the power of VMware vRealize Orchestrator 7 and automate your VMware infrastructure * Customize and tune your orchestrator by programming and working with plugins * Work through enticing recipes that can be implemented in your organization * Explore the new and upcoming plugins of Puppet, Docker, Chef, and VMware Replication for VMware vRealize Orchestrator Who This Book Is For This book is for system administrators who are into VMware administration and are looking to automate their infrastructure. Basic knowledge about programming is needed. No previous knowledge of Orchestrator is required. This book will also be good for you if you have just a basic knowledge with vRealize Orchestrator, as you can pick up any recipe and implement it for your enterprise. What You Will Learn * Install, configure, and optimize Orchestrator installations (Windows, Appliance, and vRA integrated) * Explore all the visual programming elements without needing additional infrastructure * Work with plugins such as SSH, mail, SQL, PowerShell, AD, SOAP, SNMP, AMQP, and REST * Discover how to create VMware automation * Get to know about user management, import/export, and synchronization as well as the packaging application * Understand policies, resources, and web views * Troubleshoot vRO Appliance In Detail VMware vRealize Orchestrator is a powerful automation tool designed for system administrators and IT operations staff who are planning to streamline their tasks and are waiting to integrate the functions with third-party operations software. This book is an update to VMware vRealize Orchestrator Cookbook and is blend of numerous recipes on vRealize Orchestrator 7. This book starts with installing and configuring vRealize Orchestrator. We will demonstrate how to upgrade from previous versions to vRealize Orchestrator 7. You will be taught all about orchestrator plugins and how to use and develop various plugins that have been enhanced in Orchestrator 7. Throughout this book, you will explore the new features of Orchestrator 7, such as the introduction of the control center, along with its uses. You will also come to understand visual programming, how to integrate base plugins into workflows, and how to automate VMware. You will also get to know how to troubleshoot vRealize Orchestrator. By the end of this book, you will be able to get the most out of your Orchestrator installation, and will be able to develop complex workflows and create your own highly integrated automations of vRealize environments. Style and approach This practical guide provides exciting and practical recipes on VMware vRealize Orchestrator 7 for those who are waiting to automate their infrastructure.

VMware vRealize Orchestrator Essentials

by Daniel Langenhan

Get hands-on experience with vRealize Orchestrator and automate your VMware environment About This Book * Gain an in-depth understanding of vRO in the VMware infrastructure * Create your own advanced vRO scripts using JavaScript * A step-by-step tutorial to manage and create workflows with vRO Who This Book Is For This book is for VMware vSphere administrators who have minimal experience with automation tools and want to learn how to effectively automate their environment with VMware vRealize Orchestrator. A basic understanding of the VMware vSphere terms and concepts would be helpful. What You Will Learn * Familiarize yourself with the Orchestrator architecture and Explore how plugins can expand Orchestrator's capabilitiesExplore how plug-ins can expand Orchestrator's capabilities * Deploy and configure the vRealize Orchestrator appliance * Schedule and run workflows using the vSphere Web Client * Create your own workflows with minimal work * Use workflow presentations to improve your automation projects * Integrate JavaScript to enhance your workflows * Debug your workflows for errors and fix them * Learn how to create, import, and export packages, to enable easy exchange solutions with others In Detail The automation of virtual environments has become the focus of many endeavors. VMware vRealize Orchestrator is a tool that enables you to automate not only your VMware environments, but also the surrounding hardware and software infrastructure. Orchestrator is also a central tool in the VMware cloud initiative and is extensively used by products such as vRealize Automation. In this book, you will learn how Orchestrator is able to help you automate your complete VMware infrastructure as well as its surrounding hardware and software. After deploying and configuring the vRealize Orchestrator appliance, you will learn how to run the existing workflows that are a part of the Orchestrator library. You will also see how the vSphere Web Client integration of Orchestrator reduces the time you spend on your daily admin tasks. The main aspect here is to learn how to create new workflows from existing ones. You will also look at how you can create completely new workflows. This includes learning about JavaScript and using presentation features to improve the layout and user friendliness of your workflows. Toward the end, you will learn to check for errors in your workflows and debug them. By the time you're done with the book, you'll be proficient in managing your workflows. Style and approach This book follows a sequential approach with ample screenshots in the examples that convey a deeper understanding of all Orchestrator-related tasks.

VMware vSphere 5.1 Cookbook

by Abhilash Gb

A fast-paced, task-oriented Cookbook covering recipes on the installation and configuration of vSphere 5.1 components. The recipes are accompanied with relevant screenshots with an intention to provide a visual guidance as well. The book concentrates more on the actual task rather than the theory around it, making it easier to understand what is really needed to achieve the task.This book is a guide for anyone who wants to learn how to install and configure VMware vSphere components. This is an excellent handbook for support professionals or for anyone intending to give themselves a head start in learning how to install and configure vSphere 5.1 components. It is also a good task-oriented reference material for consultants who design and deploy vSphere environments.

VMware vSphere 5.5 Cookbook

by Abhilash G B

This is an excellent handbook for system administrators, support professionals, or for anyone intending to give themselves a headstart in learning how to install, configure, and manage a vSphere environment. It is also a good task-oriented reference guide for consultants or infrastructure architects who design and deploy vSphere environments.

VMware vSphere 5 Administration Instant Reference

by Christopher Kusek Andy Daniel Van Van Noy

Compact and portable reference guide for quick answers to VMware vSphereIf you're looking to migrate to the newest version of VMware vSphere, this concise guide will get you up to speed and down to business in no time. If you're new to VMware vSphere, this book is for you too! The compact size of this quick reference makes it easy for you to have by your side--whether you're in the field, server room, or at your desk. Helpful elements for finding information such as thumb tabs, tables of contents with page numbers at the beginning of each chapter, and special headers puts what you need at your fingertips, fast.No matter your skill level, this book's focus on essential day-to-day tasks for administering vSphere make it a handy reference for anyone.Covers the highly anticipated release of VMware vSphereAllows you to hit the ground running with the latest VMware vSphere softwareProvides you answers on the spot with concise, no-nonsense instructionDesigned for busy IT professionals, this instant reference is the perfect go-to resource.

VMware vSphere 5.x Datacenter Design Cookbook

by Hersey Cartwright

A practical guide packed with step-by-step recipes to design a virtual datacenter using VMware 5.x This book is a guide for anyone interested in designing virtualized datacenters using VMware vSphere 5.x and the supporting components. Current administrators of VMware vSphere environments will find this book useful when interested in becoming a vSphere Architect or are interested in learning more about the virtual datacenter design process. Knowledge of vSphere installation, configuration, and administration is a prerequisite.

VMware vSphere 6.5 Cookbook.: Over 140 task-oriented recipes to install, configure, manage, and orchestrate various VMware vSphere 6.5 components, 3rd Edition

by Abhilash G B Cedric Rajendran Mathias Meyenburg

Deploy and manage VMware vSphere 6.5 components with ease. Key Features Simplified and to-the-point theory and practical recipes to deploy and manage vSphere 6.5 Discover the best ways to deploy stateless and stateful ESXi hosts and upgrade them Storage and network resource management Certificate management using VMCA Monitor the performance of a vSphere environment. Book Description VMware vSphere is a complete and robust virtualization product suite that helps transform data centers into simplified on-premises cloud infrastructures, providing for the automation and orchestration of workload deployment and life cycle management of the infrastructure. This book focuses on the latest release of VMware vSphere and follows a recipe-based approach, giving you hands-on instructions required to deploy and manage a vSphere environment. The book starts with the procedures involved in upgrading your existing vSphere infrastructure to vSphere 6.5, followed by deploying a new vSphere 6.5 environment. Then the book delves further into the procedures involved in managing storage and network access to the ESXi hosts and the virtual machines running on them. Moving on, the book covers high availability and fair distribution/utilization of clustered compute and storage resources. Finally, the book covers patching and upgrading the vSphere infrastructure using VUM, certificate management using VMCA, and finishes with a chapter covering the tools that can be used to monitor the performance of a vSphere infrastructure. What you will learn Upgrade your existing vSphere environment or perform a fresh deployment Automate the deployment and management of large sets of ESXi hosts in your vSphere Environment Configure and manage FC, iSCSI, and NAS storage, and get more control over how storage resources are allocated and managed Configure vSphere networking by deploying host-wide and data center-wide switches in your vSphere environment Configure high availability on a host cluster and learn how to enable the fair distribution and utilization of compute resources Patch and upgrade the vSphere environment Handle certificate request generation and renew component certificates Monitor performance of a vSphere environment Who this book is for If you are a system administrator, support professional, or anyone interested in learning how to install, configure, and manage a vSphere environment, then this book is for you. This task-oriented reference guide will also benefit consultants or infrastructure architects who design and deploy vSphere 6.5 environments.

VMware vSphere 6.7 Cookbook: Practical recipes to deploy, configure, and manage VMware vSphere 6.7 components, 4th Edition

by Abhilash G B

Proven, actionable ways to install, manage, secure and monitor your vSphere 6.7 environments Key Features Get up to speed with the installation and life cycle management of a vSphere 6.7 environment, using a task-based approach Secure your vSphere environment using SSL Certificates Get introduced to the tools that are used to monitor the performance of the vSphere Environment Book Description VMware vSphere is the most comprehensive core suite of SDDC solutions on the market. It helps transform data centers into simplified on-premises private cloud infrastructures. This edition of the book focuses on the latest version, vSphere 6.7. The books starts with chapters covering the greenfield deployment of vSphere 6.7 components and the upgrade of existing vSphere components to 6.7. You will then learn how to configure storage and network access for a vSphere environment. Get to grips with optimizing your vSphere environment for resource distribution and utilization using features such as DRS and DPM, along with enabling high availability for vSphere components using vSphere HA, VMware FT, and VCHA. Then, you will learn how to facilitate large-scale deployment of stateless/stateful ESXi hosts using Auto Deploy. Finally, you will explore how to upgrade/patch a vSphere environment using vSphere Update Manager, secure it using SSL certificates, and then monitor its performance with tools such as vSphere Performance Charts and esxtop. By the end of this book, you'll be well versed in the core functionalities of vSphere 6.7 and be able to effectively deploy, manage, secure, and monitor your environment. What you will learn Deploy a new vSphere 6.7 environment or upgrade an existing vSphere environment to version 6.7 Learn how to configure and manage storage and network access for a vSphere environment Enable high availability for Hosts, VMs and vCenter Server Optimize your vSphere environment for resource distribution/utilization Patch or upgrade a vSphere environment using vSphere Update Manager Secure vSphere infrastructure components using SSL certificates Effectively monitor the performance of your vSphere environment Who this book is for If you are a systems administrator, support engineer, or anyone who wants to learn how to install, configure, and manage a vSphere environment in a quick, hands-on manner, then this book is for you. Consultants and infrastructure architects who wish to design and deploy vSphere 6.7 environments will also find this book helpful.

VMware vSphere 6.7 Data Center Design Cookbook: Over 100 practical recipes to help you design a powerful virtual infrastructure based on vSphere 6.7, 3rd Edition

by Mike Brown Hersey Cartwright

Design a virtualized data center with VMware vSphere 6.7 Key Features Get the first book on the market that helps you design a virtualized data center with VMware vSphere 6.7 Learn how to create professional vSphere design documentation to ensure a successful implementation A practical guide that will help you apply infrastructure design principles to vSphere design Book Description VMware is the industry leader in data center virtualization. The vSphere 6.x suite of products provides a robust and resilient platform to virtualize server and application workloads. This book uses proven infrastructure design principles and applies them to VMware vSphere 6.7 virtual data center design through short and focused recipes on each design aspect. The second edition of this book focused on vSphere 6.0. vSphere features released since then necessitate an updated design guide, which includes recipes for upgrading to 6.7, vCenter HA; operational improvements; cutting-edge, high-performance storage access such as RDMA and Pmem; security features such as encrypted vMotion and VM-level encryption; Proactive HA; HA Orchestrated Restart; Predictive DRS; and more. By the end of the book, you will be able to achieve enhanced compute, storage, network, and management capabilities for your virtual data center. What you will learn Identify key factors related to a vSphere design Mitigate security risks and meet compliance requirements in a vSphere design Create a vSphere conceptual design by identifying technical and business requirements Design for performance, availability, recoverability, manageability, and security Map the logical resource design into the physical vSphere design Create professional vSphere design documentation Who this book is for If you are an administrator or consultant interested in designing virtualized data center environments using VMware vSphere 6.x (or previous versions of vSphere and the supporting components), this book is for you.

VMware vSphere 6.X Datacenter Design Cookbook - Second Edition

by Hersey Cartwright

If you are an administrator or consultant interested in designing virtualized datacenter environments using VMware vSphere 6.x or previous versions of vSphere and the supporting components, this book is for you. It will help both new and experienced architects deliver professional VMware vSphere virtual datacenter designs.

VMware vSphere Design

by Scott Lowe Forbes Guthrie Kendrick Coleman

Achieve the performance, scalability, and ROI your business needsWhat can you do at the start of a virtualization deployment to make things run more smoothly? If you plan, deploy, maintain, and optimize vSphere solutions in your company, this unique book provides keen insight and solutions. From hardware selection, network layout, and security considerations to storage and hypervisors, this book explains the design decisions you'll face and how to make the right choices.Written by two virtualization experts and packed with real-world strategies and examples, VMware vSphere Design, Second Edition will help you design smart design decisions.Shows IT administrators how plan, deploy, maintain, and optimize vSphere virtualization solutions Explains the design decisions typically encountered at every step in the process and how to make the right choices Covers server hardware selection, network topology, security, storage, virtual machine design, and more Topics include ESXi hypervisors deployment, vSwitches versus dvSwitches, and FC, FCoE, iSCSI, or NFS storage Find out the "why" behind virtualization design decisions and make better choices, with VMware vSphere Design, Second Edition, which has been fully updated for vSphere 5.x.

VMware vSphere Design Essentials

by Puthiyavan Udayakumar

If you are a VMware beginner, VMware engineer, VMware SME, or VMware architect, then this is the book for you. A basic understanding of virtualization is a prerequisite.

VMware vSphere Essentials

by Christian Stankowic Kunal Kumar

This book is intended for virtualization administrators who want to learn VMware vSphere quickly. It is assumed that you have some basic knowledge of virtualization and the vSphere environment.

VMware vSphere For Dummies

by Dan Mitchell Thomas Keegan

A plain-English guide to the market-leading virtualization and cloud computing technology With virtualization, a single server can host dozens or hundreds of virtual machines running a variety of operating systems, and even hook them together in a virtual network or cloud infrastructure. This practical guide shows you how to create a virtual system using the VMware VSphere environment. You'll find all the information you need to understand, design, and deploy one-without getting overwhelmed with technical detail. And once you're up and running, this book is the perfect reference for maintenance and troubleshooting issues. Introduces you to virtualization and VMware's virtualization/cloud computing technology, the most recent version is VMware vSphere Shows you how to design a vSphere environment Covers installation, deployment, management, maintenance, and troubleshooting Provides what IT managers and system administrators need to roll out their first virtualized or cloud infrastructure, or to get up to speed on VMware's technology Get up and running on the cloud with VMware vSphere For Dummies!

VMware vSphere Performance

by Christopher Kusek Matt Liebowitz Rynardt Spies

Covering the latest VMware vSphere software, an essential book aimed at solving vSphere performance problems before they happenVMware vSphere is the industry's most widely deployed virtualization solution. However, if you improperly deploy vSphere, performance problems occur. Aimed at VMware administrators and engineers and written by a team of VMware experts, this resource provides guidance on common CPU, memory, storage, and network-related problems. Plus, step-by-step instructions walk you through techniques for solving problems and shed light on possible causes behind the problems.Divulges troubleshooting methodologies, performance monitoring tools, and techniques and tools for isolating performance problemsDetails the necessary steps for handling CPU, memory, storage, and network-related problemsOffers understanding on the interactions between VMware vSphere and CPU, memory, storage, and networkVMware vSphere Performance is the resource you need to diagnose and handle VMware vSphere performance problems, and avoid them in the future.

VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference

by Glenn Sizemore Luc Dekens Jonathan Medd Alan Renouf Arnim Van Lieshout

Your One-Stop Reference for VMware vSphere AutomationIf you manage vSphere in a Windows environment, automating routine tasks can save you time and increase efficiency. VMware vSphere PowerCLI is a set of pre-built commands based on Windows PowerShell that is designed to help you automate vSphere processes involving virtual machines, datacenters, storage, networks, and more. This detailed guide--using a practical, task-based approach and real-world examples--shows you how to get the most out of PowerCLI's handy cmdlets.Learn how to:Automate vCenter Server and ESX/ESX(i) Server deployment and configurationCreate and configure virtual machines and use vAppsSecure, back up, and restore your virtual machinesMonitor, audit, and report the status of your vSphere environmentUse the PowerCLI SDK, PowerWF Studio, and vEcoShellSchedule and view automationAdd a GUI front end to your scripts

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