Michael Otey

Michael
Otey

Michael Otey, senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro, is president of TECA, a software-development and consulting company in Portland, Oregon. Michael has covered the topic of virtualization extensively for Windows IT Pro, having written several features articles showing how to take advantage of virtualization in the enterprise as well as reviewing all of the major virtualization products. He also previously served as technical director for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro. Email him at mikeo@teca.com
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Articles
Automating Your Operations with VMM Services
Learn how you can use VMM services to automate your server deployments
What’s New in VMware vSphere 6.0?
Learn about the most important new features in vSphere 6.0
Maximizing Hyper-V Performance
Learn the best practices to maximize Hyper-V performance
Tip: Find your Hyper-V Configuration File with PowerShell
See how you can use PowerShell to find your Hyper-V configuration files
Top Ten: New Features in Windows Server 2016
Check out the top ten new features coming in Windows Server 2016
Find Your Hyper-V VM’s Host Name with PowerShell 1
Use PowerShell to find your Hyper-V host host name from inside a VM
Q & A: Expanding VHDX files
See how to expand a VHDX file while the VM is running
Top Ten: What You Need to Know about Microsoft Nano Server
Find out what you need to know about Microsoft's upcoming Nano Server
Prompting for User Input with PowerShell 1

Q: I’m just getting started with PowerShell. I know how to make variable and assign values to them within a script but how can I prompt for user input and then assign that input to a variable?

Tip: Setting up Hyper-V Storage Quality of Service
See how to use one of Hyper-V's best kept secrets -- storage QoS
Tip: How to Transfer Files to Azure VMs 3
See how to transfer files to Azure VMs
Inside the Windows 10 January Technical Preview 2 4
See the new features in Windows 10 Technical Preview 2 (Build 9926)
How do I see if a VM is Generation 1 or Generation2?
Use PowerShell to find your VM Generation type
Using PowerShell to find your operating system (OS) and service pack (SP) level 2
See how to retrieve your OS and SP level using PowerShell
Recap of 2014: The Top Ten Biggest Events of the Year in Technology
The Biggest Events of the Year in Technology for 2014
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