COMING SOON – It started as the functions necessary for a customer I was working with but it has evolved into a full-scale PowerShell module that allows the use of the vROps API from PowerShell.

The module should not be seen as a replacement for the vROps cmdlets available within PowerCLI, more as a complementary set that were born out of the specific requirements of a customer.

The first release of the module is in the final stages of testing and once available this post will be updated but for now I’ll just provide a single screenshot of the cmdlets that are currently available within the module…..

Screen Shot 2017-07-30 at 21.23.00

There are currently 36 cmdlets within the module, and for the most part they accept all parameters as defined by the API.

 

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