In this section, we will discuss how to manage vCloud Air using PowerCLI cmdlets. Earlier, we had vCloud director available as a cloud solution, and we could use vSphere PowerCLI for tenants to manage the in-house vCloud director environments. With the availability of the vCloud Air and vCloud Air network environments and discontinuity of a standalone vCloud director environment, we now have updated PowerCLI cmdlets with which we can directly manage the workload hosted in the vCloud Air environment. To manage the vCloud Air environment, at the time of the PowerCLI installation, we need to install the
vCloud Air/vCD PowerCLI module as well. It is not installed by default:
vCloud Air/vCD PowerCLI module has two different modules: ...