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jpsider commented Oct 22, 2017

Hi!
I've started a Module that uses PowerShell to access the vSphere API. I've seen this done before, and after a couple days with some folks in Pittsburgh it seems this may be a good fit. Now, I want to be clear: THIS IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR POWERCLI! I am simply trying to provide a learning platform for folks who are currently using PowerShell/PowerCLI to begin exploring the vSphere API. The reason this is a great combo, is because they can play with the data they already get with PowerCLI and can quickly understand what they may be doing wrong. Let me know your thoughts, and I hope you accept this as a new Sample.
Cheers!
-Justin

jpsider added some commits Oct 22, 2017

Adding new PowerShell Samples to provide a learning platform for Powe…
…rshell Users looking to investigate vSphere REST API.

Signed-off-by: Justin Sider <14152037+jpsider@users.noreply.github.com>
Added Powershell REST API examples in hopes of having a learning plat…
…form for PowerShell users to explore and learn the vSphere API.

Signed-off-by: Justin Sider <jpsider@gmail.com>
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Signed-off-by: Justin Sider <jpsider@gmail.com>
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