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Alan Renouf, VMware vExpert, is an EMC vSpecialist and has been working with VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft products for several years. Currently he focuses on virtualization products and their automation using PowerShell. He is also cohost, along with Jonathan Medd, of the Get Scripting podcast (www.get-scripting.blogspot.com).
Glenn Sizemore, VMware vExpert, started scripting early in his IT career, adopting PowerShell early on and conquering it when VMware PowerCLI first shipped. He shares scripts and automation techniques on his blog at www.Get-Admin.com.
Arnim van Lieshout, VMware vExpert, has been in the IT industry for 12 years, working mainly with operating systems. He has been focusing on virtualization for the last five years, especially automating tasks using PowerShell. Arnim blogs at www.van-lieshout.com.
Jonathan Medd, PowerShell MVP, is cohost of the Get-Scripting podcast and also shares his PowerShell knowledge at www.jonathanmedd.net.
This is a really good reference book. It has tons of stuff that i have already been able to us in my job. Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by Shawn Bequette
I have bought this book a couple of months back but it is still open on my desk. There are over 700 pages of quality content. Read morePublished on August 5, 2011 by Burak
The book spans 740 pages including the index and contains 23 chapters - I couldn't think of anything the authors had missed. Read morePublished on August 4, 2011 by R. Siddaway
Not what I would call a beginner book (not that it purports to be one), but more of a reference for those with some basic knowledge of PowerCLI. Extremely thorough and complete. Read morePublished on July 15, 2011 by Kingsley Turner
Even though I took a PowerCLI training course, this book is still a bible for me. The book covers the common use cases of vSphere 4.x admin with PowerCLI scripts. Read morePublished on May 5, 2011 by Gary Guo