VMware on What to Expect in PowerCLI 6.5?
PowerCLI 6.5 was announced last week at VMworld Europe and, while we are waiting for it to be generally available, we thought it would be a good time to give you an idea of what to look forward to in the meantime.
VMware, with PowerCLI, was one of the early adopters of PowerShell and in the PowerShell v1.0 days, snap-ins were the only way to extend the shell for additional functionality. With each release of PowerCLI we’ve been progressing the switch over to using modules and with PowerCLI 6.5, it will be 100% module based! Thanks to all the hard work of the PowerCLI Engineering team, the migration is finally complete!
Core vSphere Module
The Core vSphere module has received a number of new updates too. The Move-VM cmdlet now supports cross vCenter vMotion. The ability to specify the number of cores for a VM has been added to the New-VM and Set-VM cmdlets. The last of the big updates to the Core module is that the Open-VMConsoleWindow now uses the latest version of the VMware Remote Client (VMRC).
Read the entire article here, What to Expect in PowerCLI 6.5?
via the fine folks at VMware!