I’ve written earlier about this very nice to have vSphere Quickstart Guide and like to report that the guide is now finished and available on amazon.
Link to my review: “vSphere Quickstart Guide by the Magnificent Six”
When reading the summary on the amazon site, you’ll notice only five authors, this is because of a stupid limitation in Amazon that only a max of five authors can be entered. The names that show on amazon:Â Dave Mishchenko, Duncan Epping, Bernie Baker, Thomas Bryant, Stewart Radnidge and the man missing in action: Alan Renouf.
Alan has written quite a number of PowerShell scripts you will find throughout the vSphere Quickstart Guide and add a lot of value to it.
Visit Alan Renouf’s site at: Virtu-Al.
Product description copied from the Amazon site:
vSphere 4.0 Quick Start Guide continues from an idea started several years ago by a few engineers. The idea was simple, provide an easy to use reference guide for all level administrators, consultants and architects. Recently VMware introduced many new features in vSphere 4.0 and with this handy pocket guide you will learn about each of these new features. With each chapter, the pages in this essential guide will answer common questions while giving you unprecedented insight into: Expert tips & tricks Pitfalls to avoid RemoteCLI & PowerCLI (PowerShell) scripts Configuration how toâ€™s Virtualization best practices
- Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (November 20, 2009)