As I’ve mentioned before, I work as a sales engineer for Virtensys, a company that provides a very cool PCIe-based I/O virtualization appliance. Lately I’ve been working on an unofficial project to develop PowerShell cmdlets that will allow the provisioning of virtual I/O to servers connected to our VIO appliances.
Here’s a *very* informal demo I cut over the weekend demonstrating the functionality available in the first release of the PowerShell cmdlets for the VIO-4001/4004 appliances.
A great use case I have in mind would be combining my PowerShell cmdlets with VMware’s PowerCLI when provisioning/scripting VMware hosts & clusters.
(Video after the jump)