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Adding Virtual Machine advanced settings to custom properties in vRealize Operations

  • simon 

Adding Virtual Machine advanced settings to custom properties in vRealize Operations I’ve been working with a customer recently that want to display advanced settings from a virtual machine in vRealize Operations manager.  If you didn’t know vROPs does a fantastic job of collecting object settings and presenting them back so they can be tracked in dashboards, views and reports or used for troubleshooting. But the adaptors don’t collect everything, for example if you create a… Read More »Adding Virtual Machine advanced settings to custom properties in vRealize Operations

VMware PowerShell – VM Advanced Settings – ‘guestinfo.ignition.config.data’

VMware PowerShell – VM Advanced Settings – ‘guestinfo.ignition.config.data’ Working this evening with my colleague Dean this evening he asked me to create a quick PowerShell script to help him with an OpenShift 4 installation.  What he needed to do was to edit the advanced setting ‘guest.ignition.config.data’ with a base64 encoding value. The quick and dirty version of the script is below; #Edit ‘Base64_64’ values to the bootstrap, master and worker variables below $bootstrap = ‘Base64_Value’… Read More »VMware PowerShell – VM Advanced Settings – ‘guestinfo.ignition.config.data’

VMware PowerShell – Useful HealthCheck Remediation Scripts

  • simon 

VMware PowerShell – Useful HealthCheck Remediation Scripts I get to conduct and review the recommendations and findings from a VMware HealthCheck and Best Practice Reviews.  Recently I conducted one and to help with remediation I pulled together some simple PowerShell Scripts to remove the manual effort. Disconnect all Connected CDs from VMs A very common finding is connected CDs preventing DRS and VMotion operations from occurring.  This script solves that by disconnecting them all; #add… Read More »VMware PowerShell – Useful HealthCheck Remediation Scripts

How to get the available Azure VM sizes with – Get-AzureRmVMSize

  • simon 

How to get the available Azure VM sizes with – Get-AzureRmVmSize I was recently working with a customer who was struggling to get a list of available Azure VM sizes for the locations he wanted to deploy Az IaaS VMs.  Whilst I work mainly with VMware technologies a customer is a customer, so I was more than happy to help. PowerShell As luck would have it there is a PowerShell module to provide just the… Read More »How to get the available Azure VM sizes with – Get-AzureRmVMSize