Vote for VMworld Session 5479: To the Cloud, with PowerCLI

April 30, 2013 by Diana Nolting

Voting for VMworld 2013 sessions run through Monday, May 6th at 5 p.m. PDT.  Below is a highlight of one of Bluelock's recommmended sessions for voting.  Please vote by visiting VMworld.com. Users must register a free account to vote. 

 

Session #5479: To the Cloud, with PowerCLI

with Bluelock and VMware
 

Summary: 

PowerCLI has become one of the most powerful and easy to use tools in a vSphere admin’s arsenal. Since version 5.01 this also includes the ability to manage your workloads in the public cloud. This session will show you the power you have to manage workloads at any vCloud provider, see how easy it is to create, manage and report on your cloud workloads with PowerCLI.

 

What you will learn: 

- PowerCLI will give control of my infrastructure in the public cloud.

 

- How to create useful reports with a single line of code.

 

- PowerCLI also gives an advanced control for very specific infrastructure needs.

 
 

Speakers: 

 

Alan Renouf, Senior Technical Marketing Architect at VMware 

Alan Renouf is a Senior Technical Marketing Architect at VMware focused on the automation and integration of VMware products. Alan is a frequent blogger at http://blogs.vmware.com/vipowershell and has a personal blog at http://virtu-al.net. You can follow Alan on twitter as @alanrenouf.

Jake Robinson, Solutions Architect at Bluelock 

 

Jake Robinson is a Solutions Architect at Bluelock, a world class vCloud Provider. At Bluelock, Jake has written much of the automation in place for the cloud infrastructure, and also helps clients automate inside their Virtual Datacenters at Bluelock using the vCloud API. Jake is a VMware vExpert, VCP, and former CISSP. Jake’s specialties are in infrastructure automation, virtualization, cloud computing, and security. Jake's automation blog can be found at http://geekafterfive.com and you can follow him on Twitter at @jakerobinson.