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

Changing NSX for vSphere Manager logging behaviour using REST API

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Author: Michael A. Haines & Prasenjit Sarkar Here is an Interesting question that comes up from time to time, and is related to the NSX for vSphere Manager and logging, and in particular, what is the default logging behaviour of the NSX Continue reading Changing NSX for vSphere Manager logging behaviour using REST API

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

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