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VMware Replication Cmdlets

Add powershell cmdlets to orchestrate all vSphere Replication operations: test, failover, creation, etc for people who want to automate DR use cases without having to invest in SRM.

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  • Chris Bradshaw commented
    20 Apr, 2023 02:44pm

    Great to see this arrive. I've written up my first experiments with this new functionality in case it's useful to others: https://www.isjw.uk/post/vmware/vsphere-replication-with-powercli/

  • Kamen Nikolov commented
    19 Apr, 2023 02:55pm

    The documentation is in the vSphere Replication REST API documentation (https://developer.vmware.com/apis/vsphere-replication-api/latest/) For every API operation you can see the PowerCLI example at the bottom of the page. We're also working to create a blog post with the most popular use cases and a section in the user's guide.

  • Nathan Neulinger commented
    19 Apr, 2023 01:32pm

    Kamen, I see the SRM cmdlets in the 13.1 docs, but no mention of vSphere Replication. Can you point to docs for the new capability to manage vSphere Replication with cmdlets?

  • Kamen Nikolov commented
    19 Apr, 2023 01:22pm

    Released with PowerCLI 13.1

  • pit vit commented
    6 Aug, 2021 06:00pm

    + yes I need that

  • Ozgur Mazlum commented
    22 Jun, 2021 12:43am

    +1. Yes it will be useful

  • Bruce Jones commented
    7 Jan, 2021 11:49pm

    This would be very helpful

  • Jannik Züllig commented
    28 Feb, 2020 03:43pm

    +1 this would help me alot

  • Erik Wattnem commented
    27 Mar, 2019 09:09pm

    +1 vsphere replication modules for test failover, failback, monitor, report

  • Joaquim Castro commented
    14 Mar, 2019 06:31pm

    +1000 It's impossible to work with HTML5 on vSphere Replication 8.1 with Large infrastructures (100+ Hosts 2000+ VMs).. i'm taking 2 to 3 minutes per VM to recover or even reconfigure replications... It's depressing.. urgently need to automate recovers and configurations / reconfigurations

  • Dave Quail commented
    3 Oct, 2018 05:58pm

    In addition, being able to pull a report which shows all details of the Replication Plans including source VM, VR server, VM disks, RPO, Host VM resides on and destination datastores. Also if multiple Replication plans could be exported and re-imported.

  • Zbigniew Kotynski commented
    25 Jul, 2018 12:46pm

    Would be great to have possibility to read Retention Policy and Recovery Point Objective from VMs with configured VR

  • Guest commented
    20 Nov, 2017 04:19pm

    Even the ability to monitor vSphere Replication status with a cmdlet would be a great start!

  • Jeromy Hensley commented
    17 Nov, 2017 04:06pm

    +1 would really, really, really like to have this...pretty please with sugar on top :-)

  • Guest commented
    19 Oct, 2017 07:07pm

    +1 vsphere replication modules for test failover, failover, etc