I’m really excited about the PowerShell Summit coming April 22-24 2013. This event is going to include tons of amazing PowerShell content and the call for sessions closed last night. I submitted (quickly since I had forgot to do it while I was out of town) three sessions for the event. The format lends to about 30-35 minutes of content per session and some time for questions. Here were the three I submitted and are available for you vote. Voting is open until October 28th.
- Managing your Cisco UCS with PowerShell:
Attendees will get a crash course in the unique and powerful cmdlets of the UCSPowerTool, PowerShell for the Cisco Unified Compute System. Submittedwith my coworker Jade Lester.
- PowerCLI for the PowerShell Inclined:
In this session I highlight many of the built in functionalities of PowerCLI that are extremely powerful but often underutilized. These cmdlets will increase your flexibility with PowerCLI and help increase efficiency.
This is a condensed version of the session I did at PowerShell Saturday last month.
- Scripting for Scale in the Virtual Datacenter:
The virtual datacenter is growing at a high rate. The increasing size and complexities can make scripting and reporting take too long to complete in a reasonable time period. Attendees will learn a variety of techniques and strategies you can use to speed up your scripting and reporting with PowerCLI and UCSPowerTool from two members of Cisco internal IT.
Submitted with my coworker Jade Lester
Voting is now open at http://674004.polldaddy.com/s/powershell-summit-na-2013-session-voting My sessions are the last three since I literally submitted them with only a little time to spare. Given the caliber of people who have submitted sessions I won’t have my feelings hurt if I only get to participate as an attendee. Going to be a great event! :) Thanks for reading!