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Announcing vijavaNG 6.5 – the smallest, fastest, and most secure Java APIs for VMware vSphere 6.5

On November 15, VMware offically announced the long-waited vSphere 6.5, which is a big release after 6.0 release early last year. Along with this vSphere release were a few other products like VMware vSAN 6.5, VMware vRealize Log Insight 4 and VMware vRealize Operations 6.4. According to the blog announcement, the vSphere 6.5 offers these high level features and benefits:

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Announcing vijavaNG 6.0 with vSphere 6.0 Support

Even before VMware announced the GA of vSphere 6.0, I’ve started to work on the vijavaNG making sure that vijavaNG will keep up with the latest release of vSphere. Although it may take a bit time for customers and partners to move onto this new release, we want early adopters to have the choice to use the best Java APIs for managing vSphere.

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Announcing vijavaNG: Much Lighter and Faster with Commercial License and Support

Since I left VCE four months ago, I have been working intensively on a commercial version of the open source vijava API supporting all versions of vSphere APIs (5.5 is the latest). If you have used the open source API, you know the vijava is much faster than other alternatives. Since its debut, it has been used in many commercial products from companies like Cisco, EMC, HP, etc.

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