vSphere Dev Center

Automate Your Infrastructure and Develop Certified Solutions for vSphere

VMware vSphere provides a broad and powerful set of interfaces to enable developers and DevOps to integrate with vSphere functionality and to enable easy automation both programmatically and interactively. Whether you want to develop and certify VMware Ready solutions for vSphere, automate your cloud infrastructure, connect with the developer community, or simply access APIs and SDKs, the vSphere Dev Center makes it easy to get started and find the resources you need in just a few clicks.

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Code Samples

Get ESXi ResourcePool

Contributed By sjaganat16

Get ESXi Resource Pool using Compute Cluster.

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Getting Cluster usage data on CPU Memory and Storage resources

Contributed By vThinkBeyondVM

What this script does: Report on Cluster usage/capacity data on CPU, Memory and Storage resources across all the cluster in a vCenter server. Author:  Vikas Shitole   www.vThinkBeyondVM.com    

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