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vSphere Client Developer Center – More Updates

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The concept of a Developer Center was originally released in the VMware Cloud on AWS Cloud Console. It is a built-in, easy to access, central location for developers and automation specialists to view API documentation, access SDKs, view coding samples, and more. Since then, there has been a lot of usage and great feedback. Therefore, Read more...

VMUG x VMware {code}- Take a Lab!

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This year VMware {code} is partnering with VMUG to bring our labs to VMUG UserCons all across America! Next Tuesday, March 19th, {code} will be in Toronto at the VMUG UserCon to lead our popular Raspberry Pi labs from AWS re:Invent. For more information about the event: Description:  VMware{code} Rasberry Pi OLED display hacking Instructor:  Eric Nielsen Read more...

VMware {code} MeetUp Group- It’s here!

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One of my goals for this new year was to expand the resources that the VMware {code} program offers its members. Of those resources, I really wanted to build a VMware {code} MeetUp Group. For the last six months, we’ve been hosting {code} MeetUps on campus-sponsoring other external MeetUp groups to lead talks on technical Read more...

vSphere Client Developer Center Update!

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The vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling version 4.0 was released just two short months ago. This release contained a special new feature known as the vSphere Client Developer Center. As the new, in-client, home for vSphere automation and developer resources, the first available feature was Code Capture. If you’ve ever wanted to see how tasks Read more...

Survey: vSphere Configuration Management Feedback

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There’s been an increasing trend lately in people wanting to discuss the application of configuration management to their vSphere environments. If you’ve spent any time researching it, you’ll find there are a wide variety of tools available. With each of these tools, they have their own set of dependencies, their own set of functionalities, and Read more...