Check your vSphere cluster hosts patch level with PowerCLI

PowerCLI logoIt is a best practise to keep all the hosts of a VMware vSphere cluster at the same patch level. That means that all the hosts need to have the same patches installed. But how do you easily check if this is the case? This is where PowerCLI will help you. Read more of this post

How to use the vCenter Server Settings from PowerCLI to send e-mail

PowerCLI logoIf you use PowerCLI to generate reports and send those reports to you via e-mail, you probably have the sender e-mail adress and the smtp server hard coded in your script. But what if one of those changes? You will have to modify all your scripts. Wouldn’t it be easier if you have stored them in one place, so you have to change them only once? Read more of this post