vSphere Automation SDK for .Net now available in GitHub

vSphere Automation SDK for .Net Now Available in Github

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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 Read more...
VMware recently open sourced vSphere Automation SDK, which was huge. Equally huge, we received the first external community update!

Java and Perl join the vSphere Automation SDKs in Github

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By Alan Renouf, Sr. Product Line Manager, VMware On March 9th 2017 VMware this post here announced the open sourcing of some of VMware’s key Software Development Kits (SDKs) allowing partners, automation engineers, DevOps teams and system admins a wealth of tooling to access the new vSphere Automation REST APIs. These SDKs were for Python Read more...
VMware recently open sourced vSphere Automation SDK, which was huge. Equally huge, we received the first external community update!

Community Updates on the Open Source vSphere Automation SDKs

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VMware recently open sourced our VMware vSphere Automation SDKs on GitHub, which was a huge deal. Equally huge, we have received the first external update to the vSphere Automation SDK for REST repository. It was from community member Ludovic Rivallain, who became the first external contributor. His commit features 111 new requests to manage the Read more...
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Project Clarity at NG-Conf in Salt Lake City, Utah

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This week, you’ll find VMware and the Project Clarity team at NG Conf – the world’s original Angular Conference – in Salt Lake City, Utah. And while you can learn about Clarity at the VMware booth, your best bet will be to stop by the Clarity booth. There you’ll find the Project Clarity team showcasing Read more...
Herding Cats: Improving GitHub Operations at VMware

Herding Cats: Improving GitHub Operations at VMware

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This post is part two in a series discussing challenges we faced managing VMware GitHub organization and improving open source operations. Read part one here. Over the past year, GitHub started to gain popularity internally with our engineers and began to see more usage, but without active administration, things were quickly becoming a mess. We Read more...