Today, we are pleased to announce the release of PowervRA v2.0.0! One of the biggest changes in this release is support for PowerShell Core. I’ve got to tip my hat to the PowerShell team and the community members that have contributed for doing a sterling job so far. Considering the project is only in its alpha […]
With the release of PowervRA v1.5.0 we now have richer support for the content-management-service API. We’ve included some new functionality for viewing content and adjusted the naming scheme of some existing functions. The content-management-service set now includes: Get-vRAContent Get-vRAContentData Get-vRAContentType Get-vRAPackage New-vRAPackage Remove-vRAPackage Export-vRAPackage Test-vRAPackage Creating and exporting packages New-vRAPackage now supports the addition multiple content […]
One of the current limitations with vRA7 is that once a local user has been created it can’t be modified. Since v1.20 PowervRA has provided ability to interact with local user principals by using the following set of functions: Get-vRAUserPrincipal Set-vRAUserPrincipal New-vRAUserPrincipal Remove-vRAUserPrincipal
Requesting a vRA catalog item is simple with PowervRA and can be achieved with the Request-vRAConsumerCatalogItem cmdlet. Here are a few examples using an imaginary catalog item called centos.
Since the initial release of PowervRA I’ve been busy hacking away at bug fixes, improvements and new features. One that we were keen to get out of the door was support for reservations. The reservation-service API is a mammoth and even though I’d had a fair battles with it in the past, I underestimated the […]