Are you looking for a way to automate your Hewlett Packard Enterprise server configuration tasks using Windows PowerShell? Scripting Tools for Windows PowerShell is a powerful set of utilities that can be used to perform various configuration tasks on HPE Servers. Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's task automation framework, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language built on the .NET Framework. Scripting Tools for Windows PowerShell provides a simplified and consistent infrastructure management experience. They follow the standard PowerShell syntax and scripting model, making it easy for customers to incorporate these functions into their administrative scripts.
- New configuration cmdlets for HPE BIOS for Legacy and UEFI
- Updated iLO module with new cmdlets for iLO Federation
- iLO RESTful API & Redfish cmdlets and samples available
Utilizes Proven PowerShell Technology
Supports the standard PowerShell architecture and scripting model for a consistent infrastructure management experience.
Object oriented: output from one command can be passed to another via a pipe command to reduce the effort of entering complex commands for a more efficient scripting.
All PowerShell cmdlets have built-in help functions that document syntax and usage examples.
Reliable and Repeatable Scripting Capabilities
Scripting Tools for Windows PowerShell provides consistency and frees up scarce IT resources.
Scales to support configuration of a large number of servers in minutes, even remotely.
Delivers consistent server configurations across multiple servers.
Integrates into other deployment and configuration models that leverage PowerShell.
Configure and manage Integrated Lights-Out (iLO), HPE Server BIOS and Onboard Administrator (OA)
HPE Servers BIOS cmdlets support both Legacy and UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) Boot Modes on Gen9 systems.
HPE iLO 3 and iLO 4 PowerShell cmdlets support including iLO Federation.
iLO RESTful API- Redfish Conformant- for iLO 4 PowerShell RAW cmdlets support.
HPE OA PowerShell cmdlets support version 3.11 and later.