As most of you might know by now, VMware is moving away from SOAP and going to REST API.
Is this something you should know about? Yes, you should!
In a two-part article on TechGenix, I wrote down my thoughts and observations on REST API. The article goes into what this move towards the REST API might mean for you as a scripter/administrator.
Since an article on coding, without a coding example doesn’t make much sense, I added a module, named rCisTag on the PowerCLI Examples repository.
Enjoy reading Part 1, Understanding the VMware REST API interface!
and Part 2, SOAP vs REST for performing tasks in VMware environments.
The Restful API offered by Ravello Systems was upgraded to v1.1 recently. This upgrade introduced quite some new, interesting features. As a consequence, the PowerShell module I published earlier, see my Ravello PowerShell Module post, needed an update. Here is my Ravello PowerShell module v1.1 !
The new Restful API offered by Ravello Systems, comes with a completely overhauled and slick REST API reference.
Update 24th January 2016: now also available on the PowerShell Gallery for Windows 10 and WMF 5 users.
Find-Module -Name Ravello
Install-Module -Name Ravello
Continue reading Ravello PowerShell module v1.1
On January 14th 2016 we had the 1st BePUG (Belgian PowerShell User Group) meeting in Mons at the Microsoft Innovation Center. Yours truly did a session on RESTful APIs and how easy it is to work with those from within PowerShell.
For a 1st meeting we had an above expectations turnout. For which we thank all the attendees. Judging from the comments we received, we are definitely going to continue with these BePUG meetings. We are not yet sure about location and frequency, but watch the BePUG website.
Please complete the BePUG questionnaire to have your voice heard !
Continue reading BePUG – RESTful API – Expand your Horizon