Here is another session update for Technology Exchange Developer Day.
The VIX APIs provide an easy-to-use, high-level
programming interface that combines virtual machine management operations with
actions in the guest operating system, such as running programs and copying
files to and from the guest. Users can leverage VIX to write scripts and
programs in C, Perl, C# or Visual Basic, and use a simple command-line tool for
writing shell scripts. This session will provide an overview of the VIX API,
along with detailed examples and demonstrations.
Matt LaMantia is the manager of the VIX API team at VMware, focusing on enabling users and independent software vendors to interface with VMware's platform offerings. Prior to
working at VMware, he was on the J2EE Server team at Art Technology Group and
the speech recognizer team at Dragon Systems, Inc. He received his MS in
engineering management at MIT in 2006 and a BA in computer science from Harvard
Matt Richards is a senior software engineer for VMware, where he is the
engineering lead for the VIX API. While at VMware, he has worked on areas
including platform scalability, product security, and API and protocol design.
He received his BS in computer science from Stanford University.