'System.Management.Automation.ConfigPropertyAccessor' exception when launching PowerCLI Core in Linux firstboot script

Happy New Years everyone! I just got back into the swing of things after taking some much needed time off over the holiday break. While catching up on my email, I also re-visited one of my pet projects I had been working on right before the break. I needed to launch a specific PowerCLI script upon […]

5 ways to a run PowerCLI script using the PowerCLI Docker Container

In case you missed the exciting update last week, the PowerCLI Core Docker Container is now hosted on Docker Hub. With just two simple commands you can now quickly spin up a PowerCLI environment in under a minute! This is really useful if you need perform a couple of operations using the cmdlets interactively and then discarding the environment once you […]

How to run a Docker Container on the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) 6.5?

One of the most notable changes in the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) in vSphere 6.5 is a switch of the underlying OS from SLES to VMware’s very own Photon OS. With this change, VMware will now own the entire software stack within the VCSA (OS + Application). This will allow VMware to quickly respond and deliver OS and security updates to […]

PowerCLI Core is now available on Docker Hub!

The much anticipated PowerCLI Core was just released this week as a VMware Fling which allows you to run PowerCLI on Linux, Mac OS X or even as a Docker Container. This is HUGE if you ask me, especially for customers who would like the benefits of PowerCLI and not be forced to use a Windows system which it traditionally […]