Latest {code} coaches posts

  • 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 [...]

    Blog Name: https://www.virtuallyghetto.com

    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

    Blog Name: https://www.retouw.nl

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

  • Integrating VMware Cloud Notification Gateway with VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA)

    I previously wrote about the VMware Cloud Notification Gateway (NGW) which provides curated notifications delivered to VMware Cloud on AWS users. By default, NGW supports several  types of notification channels such as email, VMware Cloud Console UI, VMware Cloud Activity Log, vRealize Log Intelligence Cloud (vRLIC) and the vSphere UI when using the vCenter Cloud [...]

    Blog Name: https://www.virtuallyghetto.com

    Published on 2020-07-29 | Time 19:21:22

  • Using the new installation method for deploying OpenShift 4.5 on VMware Cloud on AWS

    I recently saw a tweet from Jason Shiplett who works over on the VMware Validated Design (VVD) team (also my former team before joining VMware Cloud) who shared a new validated design for running Redhat OpenShift 4.3 on VMware Cloud Foundation. Funny enough, a couple of days ago I was just researching into deploying OpenShift [...]

    Blog Name: https://www.virtuallyghetto.com

    Published on 2020-07-18 | Time 13:32:00

Latest Posts

VMware {code} and VMware Developer Center Are Now One

posted

We got some exciting news! Over the weekend, we launched the new VMware {code} website. The updated look-and-feel now aligns with other VMware web properties and greatly simplifies the user experience. With the merger of our interim microsite, launched less than a year ago, and VMware Developer Center, the new VMware {code} provides a one stop shop Read more...

OSGi-Specific Best Practices for Developing your HTML Based vSphere Client Plug-in

posted

This post was authored by Ina Uzunova, Product Owner of HTML Client SDK, and Vladimir Velikov, HTML Client SDK Engineer. In vSphere 6.5 we have summarized and documented several key OSGi-specific best practices for developing your HTML based vSphere Client Plug-in. These best practices are available from chapter “Best Practices for Developing Extensions” in the official vSphere Read more...

VMware {code}

posted

Need a roadmap for building, deploying, and managing your next-gen enterprise apps? VMware {code} has you covered. As a VMware {code} member you get: Community: An opportunity to submit enterprise development blog posts for an audience of 2 million VMware community members, and a subscription to the VMware {code} newsletter Access: An invitation to the Read more...

Building Our 2017 VMware {code} Developer Community Event Calendar

posted

Over the past three weeks, we’ve talked to people at and around VMware about how they’d like to see VMware {code} grow and evolve next year. As part of this conversation, we’ve started to identify a range of events that are relevant to the VMware {code} developer community in one form or another and which Read more...

VMware {code} 2017 Roadmap: Your Input Needed!

posted

Update 2016/11/04: Added more suggestions to the list. Our team is spending some time this week to work on our plans for next year. I put out a call yesterday via Twitter and on Slack for people to share their ideas and requests. Here’s what we heard back so far: Definitely a bigger hackathon event Read more...