Thursday, January 21, 2021

Perform Day2 Operations on vRA Deployments using PowervRACloud

With the latest version 1.4 of PowervRACloud, I have added cmdlets to manage vRA Deployments. 

In this blog, I will demonstrate how to perform Day2 Operations on vRA Deployments using PowervRACloud. 

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YouTube Demo




You can view the recorded YouTube Demo or go through the blog for a detailed procedure 

Pre-requisites


Following are the pre-requisites 

  • PowervRACloud Version 1.4
  • Powershell 6/7
  • Access to vRA Cloud or vRA 8.x environment

Environment Details


The cmdlets have been tested with the following environment 
  • Powershell 7.1 installed on CentOS 7
  • vRA Cloud December Release
  • vRA 8.2 




















Procedure 


Step 1 - You will need to first Connect using Connect cmdlets

Connect-vRA-Cloud 
Connect-vRA-Server


Step 2 - Execute any of the following commands to perform Day2 Operations on vRA Deployment(s)



PowervRACloud Command Description Sample Output Screenshot
Get-vRA-SingleDeployment It retrieves single vRA Deployment in a particular Org. You can use output to save in variable for other cmdlets

Get-vRA-DeploymentResources It retrieves resources associated with a vRA Deployment in a particular Org. You can use output to save in variable for other cmdlets

PowerOff-vRA-Deployment It powers Off vRA Deployment in a particular Org

PowerON-vRA-Deployment It Powers ON vRA Deployment in a particular Org


Create-vRA-DeploymentResourceSnapshot It creates Snapshot for vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org


Delete-vRA-DeploymentResourceSnapshot It deletes Snapshot for vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org


Revert-vRA-DeploymentResourceSnapshot It reverts to a Snapshot for vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org

PowerOff-vRA-DeploymentResource It powers off a vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org

PowerON-vRA-DeploymentResource It powers on a vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org








Reset-vRA-DeploymentResource It resets a vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org


Reboot-vRA-DeploymentResource It reboots a vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org



Suspend-vRA-DeploymentResource It suspends a vRA Deployment Resource (vSphere Virtual Machine) in a particular Org


Change-vRA-DeploymentLease It modifies vRA Deployment lease in a particular Org


Change-vRA-DeploymentOwner It modifies vRA Deployment owner in a particular Org

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