Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDK for Ruby

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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...

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...

vSphere Automation SDKs – Open Sourced!

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It’s an exciting time! We have started the process of open sourcing our vSphere Automation SDKs! The first ones to be released are the Software Development Kits (SDKs) for REST and Python: https://vmware.github.io/vsphere-automation-sdk Alan Renouf, the Product Line Manager for the vSphere Automation SDKs (among other things), has a great post detailing the significance of Read more...

Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDK for REST

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vSphere 6.5 introduced a big update to its newest API service, which is known as the vSphere Automation API. This API is a big step forward in the process of simplifying and modernizing our APIs. This service also allows us to introduce several new SDKs for the following programming languages: Java, Python, .NET, Perl, Ruby, Read more...