I’ll admit it.
I have spent very little time learning PowerShell. I fall back to the comfort of the Explore shell or using other peoples PowerShell scripts. For those of you diving into Microsoft Server Core can attest, not knowing PowerShell is kind of an issue.… Read the rest
After installing Cisco UCS and performing the initial setup of the UCS Fabric Interconnects; there is a lot of work that needs to be completed prior to configuring the blade Service Profiles.
This can be done a multitude of ways, manually through UCSM, scripted through SSH or now through PowerShell using Cisco PowerTool.… Read the rest
When building out your UCS deployment, you create a series of Fibre Channel (FC) uplinks. Then you have to go back and add those FC uplinks to the VSAN’s that you created. This can be tedious if you have a lot of FC uplinks as you would need to modify each one.… Read the rest
Creating QOS policies within UCS Manager can be somewhat cumbersome. In UCS Manager, on the Lan tab; you would right-click UCS policies and click create… one by one you would go through this process to define you UCS policies, if you have a lot of policies or a lot of UCS builds to do this can become quite monotonous.… Read the rest