VM Created and Deleted events using PowerCLI

A quick one liner to find the the users who created or deleted the VM in the past 7 days. This can be fetched using the TaskEvent which has the description VmBeingDeployedEvent or VmBeingClonedEvent and VmRemovedEvent . If you want  to know the count for longer period then change the number AddDays to longer value Here is code for getting the VM creation […]

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VMware announces vCenter Heartbeat End of Availability

VMware has announced the the End of Availability of the vCenter Heartbeat product as on June 2, 2014.Don’t worry though if you’re using it today; the current iteration will be supported through late 2018. What does that mean? Are we getting away from protecting vCenter? Not by a long shot. We have big plans in […]

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VMware VCP Exam Preparation Bundles

VMware have partnered with MeasureUp and provides the VCP preparation bundles for the 3 VCP track. The preparation bundle will come up with free exam voucher and you save 20% on the practise test. These practise exam will be helpful for anyone preparing for the VCP exam and it covers: Each practice test includes over […]

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Packt celebrates International Day Against DRM

Packt Publishing firmly believes that you should be able to read and interact with your content when you want, where you want, and how you want – to that end they have been advocates of DRM-free content since their very first eBook was published back in 2004.   To show their continuing support for Day […]

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Storage vMotion Events using PowerCLI

In the previous post I have showed how to get the count of the vMotion using PowerCLI. In this I will walkthrough the events which we can use the track the Storage vMotion using PowerCLI. The Storage vMotion events can be tracked using the description VirtualMachine.relocate and StorageResourceManager.applyRecommendation and here is the quick one line which you […]

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vMotion Count using PowerCLI

A quick one liner to find the count of vMotion which has happened in the past 24 hrs. This can be fetched using the TaskEvent which has the description  VirtualMachine.migrate. If you want  to know the count for longer period then change the number AddDays to longer value   Get-VIEvent -Entity (Get-VM -Location $_) -MaxSamples ([int]::MaxValue) -Start […]

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Happy to be part of vExpert 2014

VMware has announced the vExpert 2014 list and I am honoured to be awarded second time in a row and have sucessfully upgraded my vExpert 2013 to vExpert 2014 Congrats to all those who made the list!!

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VMware ESXi Cookbook – Book

I am happy to announce the book which I have been Co-Authoring has been released by Packt Publishing. The book title is VMware ESXi Cookbook and the book contains over 50 recipe which walks through the entire vSphere Administration. A Sample chapter on Securing the ESXi Server and Virtual Machines is available for free download.The […]

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