I wrote about a new feature in vSphere 7.0 U2 here:
This allows you to create a large config vVol in a vVol datastore to store large files. Use cases like ISO repositories etc.
This was at launch only available in the direct API, but as of PowerCLI 12.3 it is available in PowerCLI as well.
Pretty simple to do.
Login to vCenter:
connect-viserver -Server vcenter-70-siteb
Get the datastore manager object from the service instance of vCenter:Continue reading “Creating a File Repository on a vVol Datastore with PowerShell”