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v1.4.0

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Release of v1.4.0! This release brought increased ease-of-use and more natural use, along with better testing coverage, and a few bug fixes. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

And, description of the files associated with this release (links below table):

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XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v1.4.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v1.4.0

Latest -- v1.4.0

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Release of v1.4.0! This release brought increased ease-of-use and more natural use, along with better testing coverage, and a few bug fixes. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

Aside: released as tag Latest so as to keep a uniform URL from which to retrieve the XtremIO.Utils.zip binary (like what happens when using PsGet to get/update this PowerShell module).

And, description of the files associated with this release (links below table):

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XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v1.4.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v1.4.0

v1.3.0

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Release of v1.3.0! This release brought the first implementation of filtering support for the module, along with a fix and an improvement here and there. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

And, description of the files associated with this release (links below table):

File Description
XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v1.3.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v1.3.0

v1.2.0

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Release of v1.2.0! This release brings new cmdlets for managing Tag assignments on objects, along with a host of updates/fixes. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

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File Description
XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v1.2.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v1.2.0

v1.1.0

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Release of v1.1.0! This release is all about having expanded the pipelining capabilities of the Get-XIO* cmdlets. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

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XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v1.1.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v1.1.0

v1.0.0

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Release of v1.0.0! This brings the Remove-XIO* cmdlets to the module, and makes it a mostly-rounded module. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

And, description of the files associated with this release (links below table):

File Description
XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v1.0.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v1.0.0

v0.14.0

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Release of v0.14.0 which brings the Set-XIO* cmdlets to the module. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

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XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v0.14.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v0.14.0

v0.12.0

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Release of v0.12.0 with property additions galore. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

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XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v0.12.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v0.12.0

v0.11.0

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Release of v0.11.0 with several new New-XIO* cmdlets. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

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File Description
XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v0.11.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v0.11.0

v0.10.0

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Release of v0.10.0 with great improvements, the biggest of which is the addition of multi-cluster support for instances where an XMS manages multiple XIO clusters. See changelog.md for all of the great details!

And, description of the files associated with this release (links below table):

File Description
XtremIO.Utils.zip zip archive of just the folder and files that represent the PowerShell module itself (none of the supporting things for the project like the todo, makefile, readme, etc.)
Source code (zip) zip archive of the entire Git repository as of v0.10.0
Source code (tar.gz) gzipped TAR file of the entire Git repository as of v0.10.0