With the recent update to VMware vRealize Automation (formerly vCAC) come a host of new extensibility features, including the release of the REST API and Java SDK, along with the introduction of the vRealize Cloud Client command-line tool.
VMware Developer Center is on site at VMworld Europe 2014! Visit us in the Partner Lounge to chat with subject-matter experts from Ecosystem and Solutions Engineering (EASE) group, or attend one of the many partner and developer focused sessions at this year’s event highlighting our new Federation solutions, NSX, and other innovations.
This Wednesday, Oct 8th, myself and several others from World Wide Technology will be at EMC Forum New York City to learn about the latest innovations from EMC and their sponsors. While there, I’ll be standing in a booth to provide everyone live demonstrations of a software-defined data center solution from WWT’s Advanced Technology Center, so please stop by and check it out. You’ll get a chance to see firsthand how EMC, VMware, RSA and Pivotal work together to provide solutions such as IaaS, PaaS, DaaS, STaaS, BaaS, RaaS, ITaaS and more.
To register for EMC Forum NYC, click the link below!
One of the challenges every customer faces when deploying VMware vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) is trying to figure out what services you want to offer, and to whom you want them offered. VMware and other third-party vendors have been creating different plug-ins and workflows to help customers along their journey to ITaaS, and these workflows can be found on the VMware Solution Exchange website. One of the latest plug-ins available is the Horizon 6.0 plug-in for vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) that allows administrators to run automated workflows with the VMware vSphere Web Client and VMware vCAC 6.0.1/6.1.
As first noted on the vSphere blog, VMware has published a new reference architecture, On-Demand Infrastructure with Secure Networks, that showcases the integrations between VMware vCloud® Suite Enterprise, VMware NSX for vSphere®, and VMware vCenter Log Insight to create an on-demand infrastructure with a secure networking environment.
Thanks everyone for making VMworld 2014 another successful event! The Federation Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) booth had a lot of you stopping in to learn about the EVP Federation solution with EMC, VMware, RSA and Pivotal. In addition, we saw great attendance during Wednesday’s breakout session #SDDC3280, covering what is the Federation SDDC and getting a sneak peek of the new solution through a live demo provided by World Wide Technology (WWT) through WWT’s Advanced Technology Center.
The rocking week in the Partner Lounge at VMworld 2014 was filled with great talk and activity. VMware Developer Center has seen lots of excitement and enthusiasm around it as it got more and more people interested. Programs and solutions have gained momentum from partners who got to delve further into the details of each.
We’re pleased to announce that Developer Center has released significant new features and expanded content for Virtual SAN, vCloud Automation Center, and NSX for vSphere, as well as a Cloud Management area where you can use as a starting point for quick access to all cloud management developer resources.
Are you attending VMworld this year and looking to learn about how you can transform your data center into a Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), which provides a solution for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), Storage as a Service (SaaS) as well as other data center capabilities? If so, here’s a great chance to gain in-depth knowledge on the new offering from EVP SDDC.
Have you always been searching in various places to get the right resources to build your solution? You now have an integrated one-stop shop of all the developer resources you need to design solutions for the software-defined data center with VMware Developer Center.
Come join us in the fun at the Partner Lounge at VMworld 2014 to learn more about what we do and also win a raffle. At the photo booth, all you have to do is use the #vmwdev to tweet a picture of yourself holding the Developer Center sign!
Please follow us at @vmwaredevcenter to get live updates of our activities and winners during the show. See you there!