Category: powershell

NSX T with PowerCLI – export loadbalancer information

How to export NSX-T loadbalancer information with PowerCLI? This question popped in my mind after a customer request to generate a list with their loadbalancers and associated virtual servers. This was not as easy as I thought! First of all, the NSX-T userinterface is not very export-friendly and i could not find a way to […]

VMware Horizon View with Ansible and Powershell – Part 2

A little while ago I wrote part 1 of VMware Horizon View with Ansible and Powershell. The blog was about setting up a simple and scalable environment of FullClone VDI pools. In this post I will add some extra tasks and complexity to Horizon View with Ansible and Powershell. I will create a flow that […]

VMware Horizon View with Ansible and Powershell – Part 1

After battling Covid19 almost the whole of September I can say that I am back in business! In this post I want to show you how you can create a Horizon View Environment with Powershell and Ansible. This post will be one of three and will guide you in creating a simple and automated VMware […]

Powershell to write Ansible modules for NSX-v

About a year ago Ansible was still pretty new to me. At some point I got a question if I could automate parts of the NSX-v Distributed Firewall, prefferably with Ansible. So I started roaming the modules and found nothing. Then I roamed the internet and found little. Except for some Python tools, I found […]