Nava Davuluri, a new hire into VMware's product marketing group, recently announced VMware's latest move within its community portal: a new piece of real estate called VMware Code Central. Within this new community site, VMware hopes to centrally locate and organize freely available utilities, scripts, and code written for VMware environments and created by VMware community members.
Davuluri said the site "is intended for VMware community developers and system administrators who use VMware infrastructure and would like to have IT control through automation."
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To kick things off, Code Central is inviting developers to submit their code written with the VMware vSphere SDK for Perl, PowerCLI, and CLI, or to submit Java or C# samples written for the vSphere Webservices SDK.
Some of the sample code already found on the community site includes the following: