List of each of your vms:

Get-VM | Where {$_.PowerState -eq "PoweredOn"} | 
Select Name, Host, NumCpu, MemoryMB, <code>
 @{N=&quot;Cpu.UsageMhz.Average&quot;;E={[Math]::Round((($_ |Get-Stat -Stat cpu.usagemhz.average -Start (Get-Date).AddHours(-24)-IntervalMins 5 -MaxSamples (12) |Measure-Object Value -Average).Average),2)}}, </code>
 @{N=&quot;Mem.Usage.Average&quot;;E={[Math]::Round((($_ |Get-Stat -Stat mem.usage.average -Start (Get-Date).AddHours(-24)-IntervalMins 5 -MaxSamples (12) |Measure-Object Value -Average).Average),2)}} `
 | Export-Csv c:\Temp\Temp.csv

VMs per Resource Pool:

Get-ResourcePool | Where {$_.Name -ne “Resources“ }| Select Name, @{N=“NumVM“;E={($_ | Get-VM).Count}} | Sort Name|Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation c:\Temp.csv


SVMotion via PowerCLI :

Get-VM “Test“ |Move-VM -datastore (Get-datastore “MyDatastore“)


The Move-VM Cmdlet covers a multiple of sins, lets check some out, you want VMotion:

Get-VM -Name “Test“ |Move-VM -Destination (Get-VMHost MyHost)


Moving a VM to a new folder:

Move-VM -VM (Get-VM -Name MyVM)-Destination (Get-Folder -Name Production)


Moving a VM to a new resource pool:

Move-VM -VM (Get-VM -Name MyVM)-Destination (Get-ResourcePool -Name “Important“)

VM guest Disk size:

ForEach ($VM in Get-VM ){($VM.Extensiondata.Guest.Disk | Select @{N="Name";E={$VM.Name}},DiskPath, @{N="Capacity(MB)";E={[math]::Round($_.Capacity/ 1MB)}}, @{N="Free Space(MB)";E={[math]::Round($_.FreeSpace / 1MB)}}, @{N="Free Space %";E={[math]::Round(((100* ($_.FreeSpace))/ ($_.Capacity)),0)}})}