I actually knew it was going to be online this past weekend, but would like to get official announcement from the company before blogging it. The reason I knew the site to go live is because the vSphere Java API I created is one of the first 10 projects.
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As expected, all the projects there are not products, therefore not officially supported. But it’s a great way for the company especially R&D team to know what user and developer communities like. So it’s important to exercise your influence by voting for the projects you like. If many folks like a particular project, it’s possible that the project becomes a product officially supported by the company in the future.
Since you are reading this blog, I assume you likely use vSphere Java API directly or indirectly. Please take a moment to vote 5 star for vSphere Java API here.