PowerCLI Book Update

As you might know, I was asked to co-author a PowerCLI book. Now that the book is nearly finished we posted an update on our book’s website at www.powerclibook.com.  If you’re interested in what will be covered in the upcoming book called “VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference: Automating vSphere Administration” (Yes, I know it’s a mouth full, but I didn’t made the title) view the book’s table of contents on our book’s website.

This upcoming valuable resource (at least that’s what we think) is written by:

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You can already pre-order the book on various online bookstores. Secure your first edition collector’s item now!

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