Alexa, tell me about my VMware with Cody De Arkland @codydearkland

Cody De Arkland talks about building integration for VMware with Amazon Echo using VMware’s APIs. Using Python, Flask, NodeJS, Echo Skills, and Visual Studio Code. Using Amazon Echo and VMware Video *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/vBBYoutube Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/vBrownBag Facebook: https://facebook.com/vBrownBag iTunes: http://bit.ly/vbrownbagitunes Google+: google.com/+vBrownBag https://vBrownBag.com is a community of people who believe in helping other Read more about Alexa, tell me about my VMware with Cody De Arkland @codydearkland[…]

Introduction to RESTful APIs with Chris Wahl (@chriswahl)

Chris Wahl from Rubrik kicks off the API Zero to Hero series with an introduction to RESTful APIs. Introduction to RESTful APIs Video Show Notes: – Imperative vs Declarative (2:20) – Avoid building by hand (4:25) – Learning a RESTful API is really easy (7:10) – What is REST (7:55) – Why learn RESTful APIs? Read more about Introduction to RESTful APIs with Chris Wahl (@chriswahl)[…]

API Series Coming Soon – Dear Infrastructure People, Time To Learn Some Coding Practices!

**Updated 6/20/17** Awesome news! Lior Kamrat and Byron Shcaller will be presenting on Terraform APIs on 11/15!! Hey vBrownBag Readers, I wanted to let you know about a series we are kicking off on September 6th after VMworld 2017 – think of it as a Zero to API Hero sort of thing – okay, maybe Read more about API Series Coming Soon – Dear Infrastructure People, Time To Learn Some Coding Practices![…]

vBrownBag Follow-Up What’s New in PowerCLI 6.5 R1 with Kyle Ruddy (@kmruddy)

Kyle Ruddy talks about what’s new with PowerCLI 6.5 Show Notes: What’s New in vSphere 6.5 PowerCLI 6.5. Presenter: Kyle Ruddy Twitter: @kmruddy – What is PowerCLI (2:55) – VMware PowerCLI – what’s in a name! (4:40) – Module based (6:35) – Cross vCenter vMotion with PowerCLI (8:40) – DEMO! Cross vCenter vMotion (11:45) – Read more about vBrownBag Follow-Up What’s New in PowerCLI 6.5 R1 with Kyle Ruddy (@kmruddy)[…]

#vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware NSX PowerShell Modules with Kyle Ruddy (@kmruddy)

Kyle Ruddy shows you how you can manage VMware NSX through PowerShell/PowerCLI by reviewing his own modules written to take advantage of the NSX API. You can find the modules on GitHub. VMware NSX PowerShell Module Video You can follow Kyle on Twitter @kmruddy and his blog thatcouldbeaproblem.com. Originally published by ProfessionalVMware.com where you can Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up VMware NSX PowerShell Modules with Kyle Ruddy (@kmruddy)[…]

Link Dump – 3/12/12

I’ve again hit the point where Chrome was eating up too much memory. Thusly, here’s what is currently in my open tabs: PCoIP, Win 8, iPad – http://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=2984 Resource Pool Shares & vCD – http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2012/02/28/resource-pool-shares-dont-make-sense-with-vcloud-director/ vBenchmark – http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2012/02/29/cool-tool-vbenchmark-fling/ Building Block Scaling – http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2012/03/02/scale-out-building-block-style-or-should-i-say-yellow-brick-style/ Use vCO to manage View – http://cloudnutz.com/2012/03/07/using-vmware-vco-to-manage-vmware-view/ vCenter 5 API for Guest Read more about Link Dump – 3/12/12[…]

New Script – Get VM or ESX Host UUIDs (get-uuid.ps1)

UUIDs are wonderful! Really. They’re just not all that easy to get to, at least not when you need more than a few of them at a time. That is where this script comes in: # get-uuid.ps1 # # Takes either a VMHost or VM object from the pipeline, returns the corresponding UUID. Begin { Read more about New Script – Get VM or ESX Host UUIDs (get-uuid.ps1)[…]