Dell Storage Volume Cleanup with PowerShell

If you're new to PowerShell with Dell Storage, be sure to take a look at this post. Depending upon the size of system that your managing, over the course of time, you might have experienced some challenges in managing disk resources, especially if you're using an array in a lab-type environment. Here's an easy way […]

PowerShell Scripting Options for Dell Storage

Back in 2008, Compellent released their first iteration of the PowerShell Command Set. They were the first storage vendor on the scene to provide PowerShell automation capabilities with the Series 40 array. Fast forward a bunch of years. The PowerShell Command Set has grown from 50 cmdlets to over 100, and added the capability to […]

Volume mapping and LUN associations with Dell Storage PowerShell Command Set

I wrote this script sample for someone who was interested in managing their failover with Sync Live Volume, but wanted to get a high-level view of mappings including LUN information and WWNs ahead of time so they could compare that information across arrays and prevent conflicts as they worked out their disaster recovery plan. Dell […]

Camever general release now available

Thanks to everyone that provided feedback during the beta period. With the beta expiring at the beginning of April, we've made some updates released this new version as a general release and out of beta. If you're not familiar, Camever is a webcam capture tool designed to work with most Foscam and Amcrest cameras that […]

“Camever”, A Web Capture Tool for Foscam and Amcrest Cameras

This is an "Armchair Coder" I've been working on this since the holidays, so today I'm releasing the beta of Camever. Camever is a webcam capture tool designed to work with most Foscam and Amcrest cameras that support the retrieval of an image from it's snapshot.cgi in a web browser.

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