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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...

Talking Code: Introducing Code Capture

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One of my favorite PowerCLI tools was Onyx. If you’ve never used it, Onyx was a way to turn interactions in the vSphere console into actionable PowerCLI code. I found this extremely helpful for those hard-to-automate tasks, where no matter what I tried the command would never succeed. Many people felt the same way and 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...

New Release – vSphere Automation SDK for Ruby

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The vSphere Automation SDK for Ruby has been around for almost four years now. Originally released as the vCloud Suite SDK for Ruby in 2015, this was the first VMware supported Ruby SDK and was used to interact with the REST based vSphere 6.0 API endpoint. Once vSphere 6.5 was released, all of the vCloud Read more...