12 January 2016

XtremIO PowerShell Module Updated -- v0.9.5 available

XtremIO + PowerShell!Even more updates and improvements!  Version 0.9.5 of the XtremIO.Utils PowerShell module is now available at https://github.com/mtboren/XtremIO.Utils/releases (starting with the 0.8.x line, this module has been on GitHub). There are a vast number of update, improvements, bugfixes, and even some new features in this release.  From supporting several improvements that came in v2 of the XtremIO REST API (which help with cmdlet speed) to further standardization in the object model (property-availability across types) to now having the somewhat overdue New-XIOSnapshot cmdlet (supporting new snapshots in the XIOS v2 API). See the changelog for the exciting details.

Oh, and, while the cmdlets all have built-in help with examples (like every cmdlet should), there is now a GitHub Pages page with a whole slew of examples with output. See https://mtboren.github.io/XtremIO.Utils/ for a load of such examples.  The readme has a link to that page, but sometimes people don't read the readme.  Yes, really.

While you've probably already gone to the changelog to see all of the gorey details, one other tidbit about this version:  the amount of change in this release probably warranted incrementing the "minor" version number of the module, but "0.10.0" seems odd, and it's not time for v1.0 yet.  So, v0.9.5 it is. Enjoy!

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