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

Automated Deployment of Guest Introspection & VMware Data Security

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With the virtualization layer within the SDDC, organizations can insert security services that inherit the attributes of the Goldilocks zone. There are number of examples of what partners are able to achieve when they have access to host-based context, are effectively Continue reading Automated Deployment of Guest Introspection & VMware Data Security

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

Configuring Syslog for NSX for vSphere Controller using REST API

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Happy New Year folks. Its been a little more than 6 months since I wrote my last article. Well, as you have seen in my last post that I switched my role within VMware and with that changed my host Continue reading Configuring Syslog for NSX for vSphere Controller using REST API