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vSphere Automation SDK

Recently VMware has been focused on ensuring developers have what they need to work with their products by ensuring new, easy and open SDKs are produced and made available to the community of automation specialists, developers and DevOps teams.

On March 9th 2017 we posted here announced the open sourcing of some of our key Software Development Kits (SDKs) allowing a wealth of tooling to access the new vSphere Automation REST APIs.  We followed this up more recently with even more languages (Java and Perl) here.

As always the community feedback and commitment received was fantastic and we want to thank anyone who committed changes and worked with us on the SDKs.

So What’s New?

Today, I am pleased to let you know that we at VMware are adding further to our commitment to Open Source and better developer collaboration have added an additional new GitHub repository to allow even more collaboration and ease of access to the additional language of .Net  If you access the main page here you will now see additional buttons for this language and an overview of the existing SDKs.

The Github repository can be accessed directly here:

As a reminder, these SDK’s currently cover the following features with more to be added in the future:

  • VM Basic Lifecycle
  • vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) Management APIs
  • vCenter Tagging (Available since vSphere 6.0)
  • vSphere Content Library (Available since vSphere 6.0)

Does this help you? Let us know in the comments!

We look forward to working with you and our Open Source SDKs!