Latest {code} coaches posts

  • Quick Tip – Easily identify source DHCP server using ESXi DCUI

    While installing the ESXi 7.0 Update 1 on one of my physical system, I happened to be in the "Configure Management Network" section of the ESXi Direct Console UI (DCUI) and noticed something I had never seen before. As shown in the screenshot, it now shows the IP Address of the DHCP server in which [...]

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    Published on 2020-11-20 | Time 19:14:43

  • Why am I seeing HTTP communication status 404 error when configuring vSphere with Tanzu & how to fix?

    One thing I love about the VMware Community is the constant sharing of knowledge and information on a regular basis. I always enjoy discovering new tricks and tidbits from the community, especially as it helps me refine my own knowledge and understanding of a given technology or solution. My good buddy Ariel Sanchez cc'ed me [...]

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    Published on 2020-11-16 | Time 00:32:05

  • Quick Tip – How to use Apple Thunderbolt 2 ethernet adapter with ESXi 7.0 or greater

    I was doing some testing on my Apple 2018 Mac Mini with the latest ESXi 7.0 Update 1 release and I needed to setup a separate network connection as the onboard 10GbE was not working for me initially. I was out of ideas but I did remember that I still have my Apple Thunderbolt 2 to [...]

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    Published on 2020-11-13 | Time 15:54:51

  • Automating kubectl-vsphere login for vSphere with Tanzu

    Before you can start deploying workloads to your vSphere with Tanzu Cluster, you need to first download the vSphere Plugin for Kubectl and then use that to login to your Supervisor Cluster which will generate a Kubernetes (K8s) context file that is stored in .kube/config Here is an example of using the vSphere Plugin for [...]

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    Published on 2020-11-12 | Time 14:47:32

Latest Posts

Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDK for Python

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We’ve been looking at how to get started using the new vSphere Automation SDKs. In the last couple parts of the series we looked at the SDK for REST, which included Postman REST client samples, as well as some JavaScript samples. This time, we’ll be looking at the vSphere Automation SDK for Python! Prerequisites There Read more...

DRC2017 Follow-Up: Developer Relations at VMware

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At last week’s 13th Annual Evans Data Developer Relations Conference in Palo Alto, CA, our very own Larry McDonough (Director, Product Management, Ecosystem Tools) got to talk about VMware’s ongoing efforts to build a developer relations program that can meet its various stakeholders’ needs: Larry McDonough, VMware – Director Product Management, Ecosystem Services DevRel Judo: Leveraging Read more...

Common Packaging Pitfalls When Developing vSphere Client HTML Plug-ins

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This post was authored by Ina Uzunova, Product Owner of vSphere Client SDK, and Vladimir Velikov, vSphere Client SDK Engineer. The official vSphere Web Client SDK Documentation of vSphere 6.5 contains important best practices for developing your HTML based vSphere Client Plug-in which are explained in chapter “Best Practices for Developing Extensions”. A common source of mistakes Read more...

April 12 Meetup in Palo Alto: KuberNETes – Networking for Containers

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We’re excited to once again be sponsoring the combined Containers #101 and SF Bay Area OpenStack Meetup next month. KuberNETes (see what we did there? 🙂 Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Cafeteria in the Promontory C Building, VMware Campus 3405 Hillview Ave., Palo Alto, CA Abstract: Containers require a new approach Read more...

Featured Member: Brian Bunke

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There are so many great people connecting through the VMware {code} program, it’s hard to keep track. This week, we’re introducing a new feature here on the VMware {code} blog: brief interviews with some of our key contributors to help everyone get a better sense of what’s going on. Below is the first one. As always, we Read more...