Experimenting with the REST API – What Tools can I use? – Part V

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Author : Michael A. Haines In this blog post we are going to continue looking at the common tools that enable you to interact with the REST API and in particular the Firefox RESTClient 2.0.3 Extension. We will cover : Continue reading Experimenting with the REST API – What Tools can I use? – Part V

NSX for vSphere and VXLAN UDP Port Number

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Author : Michael A. Haines, Prasenjit Sarkar In this blog post I thought it might be a good idea to share with you the current state of the VXLAN default port number and how this is implemented in the current Continue reading NSX for vSphere and VXLAN UDP Port Number

Experimenting with the REST API – What Tools can I use? – Part IV

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Author: Michael A. Haines & Prasenjit Sarkar In part III of this blog series on the common REST API tools, we started looking at some of the more commonly used tools that can be used to interact with the REST API. Continue reading Experimenting with the REST API – What Tools can I use? – Part IV

Experimenting with the REST API – What Tools can I use? – Part III

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Author : Michael A. Haines, Prasenjit Sarkar In the third part (and subsequent posts) of this blog series on the REST API, we are going to focus on a few of the common tools that enable you to interact with Continue reading Experimenting with the REST API – What Tools can I use? – Part III

Introduction to the REST API – Part II

This is part II of the introduction to the REST API blog post. In part one we covered the basic aspects of what REST is really all about, and introduced some of the key concepts such as the REST constraints and REST Continue reading Introduction to the REST API – Part II

Introduction to the REST API – Part I

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There is no doubt in my mind that you are aware of the REST API, as for the past several years it has gained tremendous momentum. VMware has spent a great deal of engineering time in making all of VMware’s Continue reading Introduction to the REST API – Part I