After publishing the tech talk slides, I am happy to announce that the record is ready now. If you have missed the onsite or online session, or simply want to watch it again, please feel free to click here. Note that you will need Adobe Flash 10.1 or higher to view the recording.
Many thanks to my colleague Luke Kilpatrick (@lkilpatrick) for helping with online streaming and recording, and Matt Dhuyvetter for setting up the top quality audio feeds!
This is the wrapping tech talk at our last community meetup by Jeff Hu who is the tech lead on vSphere APIs. Based on his 7 years of experience since the inception of vSphere API, Jeff shared his insights on the design of vSphere API, and what can be done for better ease of use and consistency. In my opinion, this is a must read for anyone who is interested in VMware management APIs.
Disclaimer: The presentation contains forwardlooking, exploratory ideas and should not be interpreted as a statement of official product direction by VMware. Read more... (96 words, estimated 23 secs reading time)
This talk is by William Lam (@lamw) regarding his famous vGhetto project at our community meetup. Check out what vGhetto project is and what it means to you: Read more... (29 words, estimated 7 secs reading time)
This talk is by Dave Briccetti (@dcbriccetti) who is an independent consultant working at VMware on vCloud related project. He is also a committer on the Lift framework for building Web applications in Scala.
Here is his slides: Read more... (39 words, estimated 9 secs reading time)
This talk is by Steven Wong who is an architect working at EMC on various backup and virtualization projects. If you are using C or C++ with gSOAP to manage vSphere, this talk is for you.
Check it out below: Read more... (41 words, estimated 10 secs reading time)
This is by Boris Strongin, VP Engineering and Co-founder, Hytrust Inc at our first community meetup on May 18. He reviews new security, auditing, and compliance challenges coming with cloud multi-tenancy, and approaches to address them.
Check out these slides for his insights: Read more... (44 words, estimated 11 secs reading time)
This is the tech talk by Elsa Bignoli, who is now a Software Engineer at Altor Networks (part of Juniper now). Elsa is one of the contributors to our open source vSphere (VI) Java API.
Check out her presentation slides below: Read more... (42 words, estimated 10 secs reading time)
This is the tech talk by Giridhar Padmanabh(@girip26), who is now a Sr. Manager at Cisco. He joined Cisco not long ago with the newScale acquisition. This tech talk draws on his 7 years of experience at newScale building industry leading software for delivering private cloud as a service.
Check out the slides below: Read more... (55 words, estimated 13 secs reading time)
We had a great community meetup last Wednesday. Check out this post for the photos. Thanks to the speakers, we have the tech talks slides ready for you. If you have missed the event last week, just check out these slides in PDF format. At the same time, we are working to make the recording available. So stay tuned for announcement.
Here is the talk is by me. I reviewed the history, current state, and future road map of the open source vSphere Java API. In the end, I also shared 3 success factors for Read more... (103 words, estimated 25 secs reading time)