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Monthly Archives: May 2015

API Tutorial – Uploading an OVF Template to a Content Library

This blog post is a part of the blog series published by the Content Library team. Please find all the blog posts by the team at this link.

Previously, the Basic Life Cycle of a Content Library tutorial explained how to use Content Library APIs to create, update and delete libraries and library items. In this tutorial, we will further explore the APIs to upload content to a library item.

At the end of this tutorial you should be able to:

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API Tutorial – Basic Life Cycle of a Content Library

This blog post is a part of the blog series published by the Content Library team. Please find all the blog posts by the team at this link.

We discussed the requirements and how to prepare the environment to use the Content Library APIs in the Getting Started with the Content Library APIs tutorial. Now we should have an environment ready to make API calls against the Content Library Service in a vCenter Server instance. In this tutorial, we will go through the basic life cycle of a library and library items. The basic operations we will cover are:

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API Tutorial – Getting Started with the Content Library APIs

This blog post is a part of the blog series published by the Content Library team. Please find all the blog posts by the team at this link.

This tutorial will go through the steps required to setup a development environment that uses the Content Library APIs.  At the end of this post you should be able to:

  • quickly run a Content Library API sample
  • setup a development environment to facilitate development and exploration using the Content Library APIs

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Content Library – Blog Series!

Introduction

VMware vSphere® Content Library empowers vSphere Admins to effectively manage VM templates, vApps, ISO images and scripts with ease.  It is a new addition in the vSphere 6.0 release.

This blog series authored by the Content Library Team is aimed at explaining concepts and APIs exposed by the Content Library feature.

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