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By Cormac Hogan posted on 2017/02/15

Last week during a visit to VMware headquarters in Palo Alto, I had the opportunity to catch up with our engineering team who are responsible for developing storage solutions for Docker and Kubernetes running on vSphere. I have written about our Docker volume driver for vSphere and Kubernetes on ...

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By Kyle Ruddy posted on 2017/02/15

We’re continuing the “Getting Started” series focusing on the vSphere Automation SDK for REST! In this part of the series, we’ll be switching gears and looking at the JavaScript (JS) examples which were included in the SDK download.

By VMware PowerCLI Blog posted on

PowerCLI 6.5 was a big release for us. We changed the name to reflect that we’re doing a bit more than just vSphere these days, we fully converted our snap-ins to modules, and so many more upgrades and updates. There are always a lot of asks for it with every release, so I am extremely happy to f...

By Project Clarity Team posted on January 12, 2017

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By Alan Renouf posted on December 6, 2016

This year at VMworld SFO and BCN I was involved in organizing a couple of great hackathons with the @VMwareCode guys and William Lam, these were highly successful and I have to say the highlight of both my VMworlds.  The teams were great, the end projects were fantastic and most of all, ever...

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By Mike Foley posted on October 18, 2016

vSphere 6.5 is a turning point in VMware infrastructure security. What was mostly an afterthought by many IT folks only a few short years ago is now one of the top drivers of innovation for vSphere. Security has become a front and center focus of this release and I think you’ll like what we’ve co...

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By Burke Azbill posted on 2016/12/04

This post is about my experience with the VMworld 2016 Barcelona Hackathon. Since I had never participated in such an event, I wasn't sure about signing up. I hope that after reading this post, you consider signing up for any such Hackathon in the future, whether it is an internal event, VMUG gat...

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By Kyle Ruddy posted on 2017/01/04

Every time I talk to users, there’s always one consistent theme: learning to use vSphere’s APIs is difficult. With the new release of vSphere 6.5, we’ve taken aim at improving that experience with the API Explorer. The API Explorer allows users to connect to the API endpoint and then browse and i...

By Kyle Ruddy posted on 2016/10/26

VMworld Europe 2016 wrapped up last week and there’s been a lot of new and exciting products and features announced. One of the more exciting things that have been announced have been around the automation and development space.

By Kyle Ruddy posted on 2017/02/02

vSphere 6.5 introduced a big update to its newest API service, which is known as the vSphere Automation API. This API is a big step forward in the process of simplifying and modernizing our APIs. This service also allows us to introduce several new SDKs for the following programming languages: Ja...

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