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Auto-Scale vRA workloads with vROPS,vRO and NSX.

Auto-Scale vRA workloads with vROPS,vRO and NSX. I am excited to put out a post on one of the greatest idea which had been in my mind for long 🙂 and its a solution to create a self healing data-center.…
Access Internal REST API’s in vROPS with PowerShell

Access Internal REST API’s in vROPS with PowerShell Its been a long time since i blogged as have been very busy with my New Job Role at VMware :). Being a customer facing role, i see lots of challenges that…
Cleanup VMs in vCenter using PowerCLI.

Cleanup VMs in vCenter using PowerCLI. Cleanup VMs in vCenter using PowerCLI. – Thought to share my experience on cleaning up some VMs using PowerCLI. The action item was to scan a csv file which consists of a list of…
VMware NSX Edge High Availability – PowerShell Config

VMware NSX Edge High Availability VMware NSX Edge High Availability – In this blog post we would look at how to enable HighAvailability on an NSX edge. When we create an Edge we have the option to enable high availability,…
VMware NSX Edge Load Balancing – PowerShell Config

VMware NSX Edge Load Balancing VMware NSX Edge Load Balancing – In this blogpost we would look at the benefits of why we need load balancing and also look at how to configure it in an NSX edge using GUI…
VMware NSX Edge SNAT vs DNAT – PowerShell Config

VMware NSX Edge SNAT vs DNAT VMware NSX Edge SNAT vs DNAT – In this blog we would be looking at the differences between SNAT and DNAT and also look at ways to automate their configuration using PowerShell and NSX…
VMware NSX Edge Static vs Dynamic Routing – PowerShell Config

VMware NSX Edge Static vs Dynamic Routing VMware NSX Edge Static vs Dynamic Routing – In this post i would talk about the static and dynamic configurations present within NSX Edge and also show how you can create these routes using PowerNSX.…
SuperFast Get-VM cmdlet PowerCli 6.3 R1

SuperFast Get-VM cmdlet PowerCli 6.3 R1 SuperFast Get-VM cmdlet PowerCli 6.3 R1 – PowerCLI the best automation tool for vSphere came out with the latest release of v 6.3 R1, and the speeds are just phenomenal. In this post i thought…