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  • Horizon 8 released: Moar api’s!!

    So yesterday every VMware EUC person was going wild because Horizon 8 was released. I won’t go into all the stuf that’s new because plenty of other folks have already done that (love the parentless instant clones though!). So what exactly are the new things looking from the API perspective?... Continue Reading

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    Published on 2020-08-13 | Time 18:42:17

  • VMworld – Makes Me Smile

    VMworld 2020 is rapidly approaching. And while this year might look a little different, the outcome of YOUR event will depend on you. Just like every other VMworld in the past I will attempt to make the most of my experience at during the conference. With the COVID-19 pandemic rocking the entire world this year, ... Continue Reading VMworld – Makes Me Smile

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    Published on 2020-08-13 | Time 16:11:51

  • Other Intel and AMD small form factor (SFF) systems for vSphere Homelabs

    When it comes to selecting a platform for a vSphere Homelab, there are many options which include building your own "whitebox" system. For the large majority of folks, the preference is to purchase a ready to use kit such as an Intel NUC or Supermicro which both extremely popular. These systems not only work well [...]

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    Published on 2020-08-06 | Time 15:46:52

  • The VMware Labs flings monthly for July 2020- Reach is back!

    A couple of days late but I had  good excuse: I was away on a holiday. I needed it and enjoyed it and have a week left before I start work again. This month there was one new release and nine flings received an update. Overall it’s a EUC rich... Continue Reading

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    Published on 2020-08-03 | Time 14:57:21

Latest Posts

Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDK for Ruby


There has been another exciting open-sourced release in the vSphere Automation SDK lineup. This time, it is the vSphere Automation SDK for Ruby! That means it’s time for another blog post in our series on ‘Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDKs’. The posts already available in the series so far are as follows: vSphere Read more...

{code}fest @ VMworld 2017


As hinted at a couple of weeks ago, what started out as a simple hackathon event at VMworld 2016 last year has grown into a four-day series of connected events: Welcome to VMworld {code}fest! Learn. Code. Connect. VMworld’s {code}fest is aimed at exposing and engaging those interested in developer and open source coding. Over the Read more...

VMworld Hackathon Training Session Prerequisites


As mentioned previously, we’ll be offering four pre-hackathon training sessions at VMworld in Las Vegas. In order to ensure attendees get the most out of these sessions, we wanted to share with you a number of prerequisites. Getting these thing in place before you arrive Monday evening will help accelerate the trainings and give everyone a Read more...

¡Vamonos! All Set for VMworld Europe Hackathon


This September 11-14, VMworld 2017 Europe will once again take place in the beautiful city of Barcelona, Spain. And once again – for the second year in a row – the VMware {code} team will be hosting a hackathon to provide our developer community with a fun and energizing space to “learn, code and connect” Read more...

vSphere APIs and SDKs at VMworld US 2017


It’s August and you know what that means… The countdown to VMworld has begun! This year we have a bunch of sessions focused on the vSphere APIs and SDKs. There are intro sessions, integration sessions with Chef and Ansible, hands-on guided workshops, and trainings. One of which, you’ll be able to learn how to manage Read more...