Virtu-Al PowerPack – A must-have tool for VMware

Left-hand tree from Virtu-Al's VESI/PowerGUI virtualization management toolPowerPack Challenge 2009 got its first contestant and it is absolutely fantastic.

If you are an administrator managing VMware infrastructure – this is a great free addition to your arsenal. Just look at the screenshot of the navigation tree. The tool is just an amazing collection of super-useful reports on VMware hosts, guest machines, datacenter, resource pools and clusters, and goes beyond that by adding licensing information and even a virtualization tip of the day!

You can download Alan’s PowerPack here. Read more about the pack and send your feedback here.

Good thing there’s more than one prize for the contest. 😉 So if you are into PowerShell and have a great idea of a tool to make someone’s life easier – go for it – create your PowerPack and submit it to the contest!

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5 Responses to “Virtu-Al PowerPack – A must-have tool for VMware”

  1. 1 Rick Sheikh November 10, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    Hey Dmitry, I think you have mistakenly linked Kirk’s PowerPack download link in lieu of Alan’s.

  2. 2 Dmitry Sotnikov November 10, 2009 at 11:44 pm

    Oops, yes, here’s the correct link: – I’ll fix it in the post right away…

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