Episode 138 – Parind Shah from EqualLogic

31 01 2011
A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.

In This Episode

Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Parind Shah from Dell about EqualLogic and their new PowerShell module!


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Chatroom Buzz:

21:47 <RavikanthChaganti> ##when is storage monitoring coming to PowerShell?
21:49 <Start-Automating> ## have your tried to get a consistent PowerShell story with other SAN manufacturers like Compellent?
21:54 <Start-Automating> # was the top-down part of the push for PowerShell management part of an overall push @ dell?  There are a lot of dell hardware that could use specialized management
21:54 <Start-Automating> # what do you have in mind for the 2nd release?
22:08 <Start-Automating> right now there are 13 pages of jobs of PowerShell on LinkedIn
23:44 <Start-Automating> @ joel, sure, but debug/verbose/warning are the lamest of all streams

Superhero: Software X-Ray Vision aka The Debugger aka BugBuster aka RAID!


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One-Liner of the Week!

Get-Service | Add-Member ScriptMethod ToString { $this.Name } -Force -PassThru | Group-Object Status

And here is the PS1XML version




2 responses

31 01 2011
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8 02 2011
Aaron Hoover

Great episode all the way around!

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