In an earlier article, I had written about a PowerShell provider for Failover Clusters written using the SHiPS provider framework. I have been experimenting with this a bit and made a few more providers.
In today’s article, I am introducing the Hyper-V Server PowerShell provider.
Using this provider, you can connect to local and remote Hyper-V hosts and browse the virtual machines and virtual networks as if they are folders on a file system.
Once again, like every other provider I am writing, this is experimental as well. I am writing these to understand what needs to be considered as part of the provider design and implementation. So, the final version of these providers may look and function differently.
Follow the Github repository for information on any future updates.