Home-brewed Powershell modules for NSX-T 2.4

Sometimes someone creates something .. WHICH IS JUST HORRIBLE. please .. please @PowerCLI: create native powercli cmdlets for NSX-T! #thehorror pic.twitter.com/PUsqDO7AAA — Dennis-X (@DennisLefeber) March 4, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js And I cannot stand it!In this case PowerCLI has created a “PowerNSXT” module including no more then 3 (!) cmdlets to do all: connect, disconnect, get (which is also used to put stuff in there). My dear … Lees verder Home-brewed Powershell modules for NSX-T 2.4

Automating Cisco ACI with PowerCLI (Part II)

In part I of the blog I’ve outlined the basic principles of how to connect PowerCli to an Cisco ACI environment, In this blog I will describe how to create ACI-functions┬áthat behave exactly the same as PowerShell Cmdlets. PowerShell basics PowerShell Cmdlets let you do things (get, add, new, remove items) and the output of that cmdlet can be used as an input for a … Lees verder Automating Cisco ACI with PowerCLI (Part II)

Automating Cisco ACI with PowerCLI (part I)

This blog describes a way how to leverage PowerClI (from VMware) to automate tasks within Cisco ACI, the SDN solution from Cisco. PowerCLI is based on Windows PowerShell. The purpose of PowerCLI is to be able to automate tasks within VMware vSphere, which on first sight has little to nothing to do with Cisco ACI, but: As Cisco ACI and VMware vSphere are connected to … Lees verder Automating Cisco ACI with PowerCLI (part I)