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...

First Look: vSphere Client Developer Center

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The vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling has proven itself to be a fantastic resource over and over again. This Fling provides users with the latest and greatest pre-release updates for the HTML5 based vSphere Client. Released this week, version 4.0 of the Fling has two major improvements worth discussing. The first, this Fling can now Read more...

What Version of NSX is My VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC Using?

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VMware Cloud on AWS is making a switch to the service’s underlying networking and security platform. This move is being done in order to provide access to services such as distributed firewall, security groups, route-based VPN connections, and more. In order to accomplish this move, SDDCs will be transitioned from NSX-V to NSX-T. More information Read more...

Automating VMware Cloud on AWS One Host SDDC Deployments

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The latest release of VMware Cloud on AWS introduces a brand-new deployment configuration. We can now deploy an SDDC which consists of a single host! This is exciting for many reasons, but biggest reason for me is being able to access all the APIs without occupying the standard minimum SDDC footprint of four hosts. More Read more...

Getting Started with the PowerCLI Module for VMware Cloud on AWS

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It’s time for another new edition of Talking Code! In this one I’ll be walking through how to get started using the PowerCLI module for VMware Cloud on AWS. Getting Started with the PowerCLI module for VMware Cloud on AWS For more information on this module, check out the PowerCLI blog post: Getting Started with Read more...