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pyvmomi - VMware vSphere API Python Bindings

  •    Python

pyVmomi is the Python SDK for the VMware vSphere API that allows you to manage ESX, ESXi, and vCenter.

Photon OS - Minimal Linux container host

  •    Python

Photon is a technology preview of a minimal Linux container host. It is designed to have a small footprint and boot extremely quickly on VMware platforms. Photon is intended to invite collaboration around running containerized applications in a virtualized environment. It is optimized for vSphere. It supports Docker, rkt, and the Pivotal Garden container specifications.

RbVmomi - Ruby interface to the VMware vSphere API.

  •    Ruby

RbVmomi is a Ruby interface to the vSphere API. Like the Perl and Java SDKs, you can use it to manage ESX and vCenter servers. The current release supports the vSphere 6.5 API. RbVmomi specific documentation is online and is meant to be used alongside the official documentation.RbVmomi supports Ruby 1.8.7 and higher, but certain dependencies may need pinning to older versions to get a compatible set of gems.

vic - Integrated containers engine on vSphere

  •    Go

vSphere Integrated Containers Engine (VIC Engine) is a container runtime for vSphere, allowing developers familiar with Docker to develop in containers and deploy them alongside traditional VM-based workloads on vSphere clusters, and allowing for these workloads to be managed through the vSphere UI in a way familiar to existing vSphere admins.See VIC Engine Architecture for a high level overview.




packer-builder-vsphere - Packer plugin for remote builds on VMware vSphere

  •    Go

This a plugin for HashiCorp Packer. It uses native vSphere API, and creates virtual machines remotely. vsphere-iso builder creates new VMs from scratch. vsphere-clone builder clones VMs from existing templates.

knife-vsphere - Chef knife plug-in for VMware vSphere

  •    Ruby

Please refer to the CHANGELOG for version history and known issues. Depending on your system's configuration, you may need to run this command with root privileges.

jupiter-brain - Jupiter Brain manages servers

  •    Go

Jupiter Brain is a virtual machine cloud manager backed by vSphere, prioritizing fast boot times for ephemeral VMs.

bucc - The fastest way to get a BUCC (BOSH, UAA Credhub and Concourse)

  •    Shell

The bucc command line utility allows for easy bootstrapping of the BUCC stack (Bosh Uaa Credhub and Concourse). Which is the starting point for many deployments. BUCC works with BBR.


kitchen-vcenter - A test-kitchen driver for vCenter REST API

  •    Ruby

This is the official Chef test-kitchen plugin for VMware REST API. This plugin gives kitchen the ability to create, bootstrap, and test VMware vms. This is a test-kitchen plugin that allows interaction with vSphere using the vSphere Automation SDK.

terraform-provider-vsphere - Terraform VMware vSphere provider

  •    Go

This is the repository for the Terraform vSphere Provider, which one can use with Terraform to work with VMware vSphere Products, notably vCenter Server and ESXi. For general information about Terraform, visit the official website and the GitHub project page.

vsphere-graphite - VMware vSphere stats to storage backends as graphite, influxdb, elasticsearch or prometheus

  •    Go

Monitors VMware vSphere stats using govmomi. Sinks metrics to one of many time series backends. Written in go to achieve fast sampling rates and high throughput sink. Successfuly benchmarked against 3000 VM's, logging 150,000 metrics per minute to an ElasticSearch backend.

vSphere-Modules - This is my Module Collection for VMware vSphere

  •    PowerShell

This Repository contains a collection of my VMware vSphere Functions. This Funcion will quickly return all IDs of VMs.

greengrass-on-vsphere - AWS Greengrass on VMware vSphere

  •    Shell

Most users will download the prebuilt image. For those wanting to replicate or modify this image use instructions here. In order to start the Greengrass core the core must be created with AWS with credentials created and installed with it. These credentials will allow the core to securely connect into your AWS account via the Greengrass service.

inspec-vmware - InSpec VMware Resource Pack (Incubation)

  •    Ruby

This repository contains a collection of InSpec resources used to interact with the VMware platform. In order to use the resources in this resource pack you must declare the dependency in your InSpec profile.

icingaweb2-module-vsphere - VMware vSphere import source for the Icinga Director

  •    PHP

In case you want to have an automated import of your Virtual Machines and/or Physical Host from VMware Sphere (vCenter) into your Icinga monitoring system this module might be what you have been looking for. Please always make sure to fire your requests against your vCenter. Directly querying your ESXi hosts will work, but you should then expect to be way slower.

fog-vsphere - Fog for vSphere

  •    Ruby

The VMware vSphere® provider allows you to use the abstractions of the Fog cloud services library to communicate with vSphere. There is a lot more you can do as well! We are working on providing better documentation right now. For now, you can look at the RubyDocs, browse what's available with Pry, and view the documentation for Fog. We hope to have much more documentation and plenty of examples soon.