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Using the vShield API

One of VMware's senior Cloud Security Architects, Michael Haines, has started a multi-part blog series on using the vShield API.  He has taken the approach of showing how the vShield API can be used in the daily life of a Network and Security Admin.  In his words

In these series of blogs the Network and Security System Administrator will get hands on programming experience with the vShield API and learn how to consume the API in their own programs and applications. The Network and Security System Administrator does not need to be a developer, although basic programming concepts will help them understand the vShield API better.

He has already posted the Introduction, as well as Part 1 and Part 2.  To keep up with the rest of the series (and to learn more about cloud security), bookmark the VMware vCloud Blog.

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About Charu Chaubal

Charu Chaubal is the Director of Technical Marketing for the Cloud Platform Business Unit at VMware, and runs the team that works on the vSphere product line. He has been at the company since 2006, and has been responsible for customer education and sales enablement for a wide range of datacenter technologies, such as hypervisor security, virtual networking, hyperconverged storage, and Big Data. Previously, he worked at Sun Microsystems, where he had over 7 years experience with architecting distributed resource management and HPC infrastructure software solutions.

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