#ansible #automation #devops

Deploy Multiple VMware VM with Ansible

When it comes to automation, I’m a big consumer of PowerCLI. Automation can be leveraged in many contexts, such as: Virtual machines lifecycles Infrastructure configuration Remediation and self-healing …and much more! As much as I like VMware PKS, I also need to work on regular Kubernetes: for that, I require the ability to deploy a number of virtual machines based on a Linux template and to configure them with different settings (masters, etcd, and workers nodes). ...

#powercli

PowerCLI Installation and Update using PowerShell Gallery Memo

Since PowerCLI 6.5.1, you no longer have a MSI file to download and install: you can now install directly from the PowerShell Gallery. When using this system, the install is done completely through PowerShell itself using the PowerShell Gallery via PowerShellGet. I’m using this post as a memo for various tips and info about the installation and update of PowerCLI via the PowerShell Gallery. Pre-requisites: Uninstall any existing version of PowerCLI PowerShell 5. ...