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Announcing vCloud SDK for .Net Beta Release

Folks,

We are extremely happy to announce the vCloud SDK for .Net Beta Release and invite all developers to download it, try it out and give us your feedback.

Visit our vCloud SDK for .Net Beta Community, get the latest download, documentation and participate in our Forums and help us shape our final release.

 

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The 5 reasons why attend VMworld Tech Exchange Copenhagen

Folks,

Just wanted to call out why our developers in Europe might consider attending our Tech Exchange event. Please note this is the very first time we present these sessions across the pond and we are very excited about meeting our developers. So hurry and register today.

Reason #1. If you are just getting started on your automation / integration project you need to learn about all of the VMware APIs and how they apply to your project. Session we recomend is PPC-01 Title: Exploring VMware APIs

Reason #2. If you have been using our APIs and want to learn about using tried and true best practices when using our APIs. We recommend you attend session ID: PPC-02 Title: Best Practices using Web Services SDK. Learn from our experts.

Reason #3. If you have a large vSphere environment and you would like to learn about how to use the APIs to collect performance monitoring information beyond what you thought was possible. This is one of our most popular topics delivered by VMware Performance Engineering and SDK API Engineering teams. Session ID: PPC-04

Reason #4 Application Developers can learn about Developing to the SpringCloud Cloud and how the SpringSource Cloud can help reduce development time and increase effeciency. Application developers will also learn about new opportunities created when customizing Zimbra applications.

Reason #5. Learn about the VMware Product Roadmaps – These sessions provide an in depth view from an integration perspective. Please note this is for Technology Alliance Partners Only Please (TAP)

Tuesday iPad Raffle Winner – VMworld Tech Exchange – Bill Dall !

Folks,

Its always hard saying good bye to these wonderful devices but we are happy they are going to a good home. Please help me congratulate Bill Dall ! Bill is the guy you want to go to Las Vegas with.

Best Regards,

Pablo Roesch – vSphere SDKs / CLIs Product Marketing

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Welcome vCenter Converter SDK Developers !

Folks,

Lots of great news this week at VMworld Tech Exchange. We are extremely happy to announce the creation of the vCenter Convertor SDK community. We welcome all developers to join the discussion, ask questions, provide feedback and participate.

The official URL for the Converter Community is http://vmware.com/go/convertersdk. A big thanks to our friends around the world that made this happen.

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iPad Give Away – Details VMworld Tech Exchange

Folks,

As a special treat for you we will be giving away an iPad loaded with select sessions from event. Winners will be announced on this blog and @VMdeveloperday.Your names will be pulled randomly from our registration and survey lists. Please note you must be present to win and collect your prize.

Winner will be announced around 3:00 PM and iPad will be handed out in front of Room 2009 in Moscone West. Please bring your id – and good luck

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Come visit us at the PowerCLI / API Demo Booth – VMworld Tech Exchange

Folks,

We managed to get most of our SDK and PM teams to hang out and meet you guys at our booth during VMworld. Please note peoples schedules subject to change due to the nature of the event.

Latest updates @VMdeveloperday

Demo Location: Moscone Solutions Floor: vPod C112

Demo Description Overview: The demo will target System Administrators and Developers interested in using the vSphere APIs to manage the vSphere Platform.

Booth

Monday August 30, 2010

AM Shift

NA

NA

NA

PM Shift

4:00 – 7:00

Pablo Roesch

vSphere SDK Product Marketing

Sia Yiu

Sr. Product Manager PowerCLI

Sidharth Surana

SDK MTS Ecosystem Engineering

Steve Jin

Sr. MTS Ecosystem Engineering

Tuesday August 31, 2010

AM Shift

 

11:00 – 2:30

Yavor Boychev

VMware Engineering Mng.

Sidharth Surana

SDK MTS Ecosystem Engineering

PM Shift

2:30 – 6:00

Dildip Kaur

SDK Dev Support Engineering

Angela Soni

SDK Dev Support Engineering

Wednesday September 1, 2010

AM Shift

10:00 – 2:00

Vladmir Goranov

VMware Engineering Manager – PowerCLI

Yavor Boychev

VMware Engineering Manager – PowerCLI

Sidharth Surana

SDK MTS Ecosystem Engineering

PM Shift

2:00 – 6:00

Dildip Kaur

SDK Dev Support Engineering

Angela Soni

SDK Dev Support Engineering

Rajesh Kamal

SDK MTS Ecosystem Engineering

Thursday September 2, 2010

AM Shift Only

10:00 – 2:00

Sidharth Surana

SDK MTS Ecosystem Engineering

Rajesh Kamal

SDK MTS Ecosystem Engineering

 

Your shirts are waiting for you – VMworld Tech Exchange

Folks,

Just wanted to give you a peek at what we have in store for you and I was lucky enough to have Alex M. model the shirt for us.

If you do not know Alex she is the super power behind the VMTN Communities. When she is not busy making sure our Communities are running smooth you can find her on the race track ! Yes that is how she rolls. So hurry up, register for Technology Exchange and get your shirt. 

 

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The Lucky iPad Raffle Winner – VMworld Tech Exchange

Folks,

Just a note about our iPad raffle in case you did not catch it when you visited our website. We plan on raffling off a very cool iPad (1 per day, 1 per person) during Tech Exchange event.

This is great but you might ask what makes this iPad unique ? The iPad will be pre-loaded with select sessions from the Tech Exchange event. This means you will be the first person on earth to get access to the events sessions – making you the most popular person on your flight home.

What you need do to in order to win.

1. Register for Technology Exchange

2. Complete the Session Surveys

3. End of each day we will be announcing winners. Winners must be present to win.

So how do I know if I won ?

We will call you on your mobile phone, we will announce it on our blogs and twitter accounts. So please book market them and follow us.  VMware Developer Blog, @VMDeveloperday

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Please note this raffle is not for anyone who has an email address that ends with "vmware.com" 😉

All about VMforce – Come join us VMworld Tech Exchange

Interested in building a Cloud Application ? Come learn about VMforce Architecture. Ramnivas will be discussing the VMforce Architecture and he will have plenty of Demos for us to experience. 

Hurry and register today. 

Inside VMforce: an Architectural Overview of the Enterprise Java Cloud

ID: ADD-03
Level: Beginner
With
the announcement of VMforce, VMware and Salesforce are building an
enterprise Java Cloud that combines the Spring programming model with
VMware flexibility and Force.com reliability and data integrity. This
session will discuss the architecture of this new Platform-as-a-Service
solution and provide a technical overview of how to run Spring
applications that integrate with Force.com services. VMforce will be
available for developer preview in Q4 2010, so VMware developers can
attend this session for a special early preview of this exciting new
cloud platform.
Speaker: Ramnivas Laddad

Vmforce

vCloud APIs are for Developers ! VMworld Tech Exchange

Folks,

Calling out some important vCloud API Sessions, Labs and resources you might might be interested in knowing about for next week. As you can tell from our post we are very excited about all things vCloud APIs and our event will be a great opportunity to meet our engineers and learn about what is new with the vCloud APIs.

In case you have not had a chance, register today.

Here are some must attend sessions if you are a developer and ready to blast off.

Session Title: Introduction to vCloud API
Session ID: PC8422
Presenter: Vassil Popovski, Mr., VMware, Inc.
Presenter: Prasad Pimplaskar, Sr. MTS, VMware, Inc.
Abstract
We envision the vCloud REST API to become a key technology for managing, provisioning and automation in the vCloud infrastructure. The API is a major part of the vCloud offering and there will be a significant interest from both Service providers, Enterprises and ISV to implement custom solutions on top of the API or to consume/manage cloud services from the vCloud ecosystem.

In this presentation we will describe the design and the architecture of the vCloud API, will present the key concepts and idioms of the API, and will deep dive into the user (which is focused on provisioning) and the admin API (which is focused on automating and managing the cloud infrastructure). In addition few major usage scenarios of the vCloud API will be explored

Session Title: vCloud API – SDK to Improve Efficiency when Building Your Clouds
Session ID: PPC-14
Abstract:  vCloud APIs provide platform independent means to interfacing with vCloud. vCloud SDK brings these REST based APIs into developer's own environment be it based on Java. PHP or C#. These SDK allows developers to get started quickly with vCloud APIs by providing easy to use client side representations of vCloud resources in their familiar programming languages. They help hide the details of REST, HTTP and the XML based requests and responses. In This session we will introduce you to the Java and PHP SDK and provide the details about how the SDK makes programming to vCloud API easy using various samples.
Speaker: Prasad Pimplaskar
Level: Advanced

vCloud API Lab
Lab ID: Lab 16
Abstract: The VMware vCloud™ API is the key to VMware’s story around federation and ecosystem with the cloud. In this lab we will introduce you to the API and what it can do. You will use real world scenarios to explore the API and figure out when and how to consume the API with several different programming languages. If you are building a cloud then eventually you will need to know about the VMware vCloud™ API and this lab will get you ready for that. No prior programming experience is required although you will definitely benefit from general programming concept knowledge (methods, functions, etc).
Lab Captain: Mike Dipetrillo, and Mike Haines

Bookmark these links:

vCloud API Community for latest information http://vmware.com/go/vcloudapi

VMware SDK Developer Support for your organization: http://vmware.com/go/sdksupport

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