As I have blogged many times before I am a big fan of the Virtualization Eco Shell, it enables you to quickly produce reports and automate tasks that would have previously have taken a much longer in the past. It does this by utilising the power of Powershell with a graphical front end. Last week I was lucky enough to get a pre VMworld demo of the latest features being added to the product. Having had very little time to play with it since I will be updating this post regularly with my latest findings of the new release. One of the main additions is the ability to create charts / graphs of the data you have on screen with a few clicks.
For example a handy graph of VM memory allocation within the datacenter
Datastore Usage Chart
If you are lucky enough to be attending VMworld in San Fransico this week be sure to track down Scott Herold for a full demo.