Lmock is another mocking framework for Java, initially targeting Google’s Android OS, but actually working on any environment.
vCloud Director (vCD for short) relies heavily on the vCenter Servers and host machines it uses. And there may be times when you want to “uninstall” all traces of vCD from your servers and machines. CloudCleaner is a free product that helps restore these systems to a clean state. It selectively (or completely) removes all vCD-created virtual machines, resource pools, network pools, and networks. It can also unprepare hosts that have been prepared by vCD.
The plugin is general enough to support other CIM compliant services and is not limited only to ESX. However the primary goal for developing the plugin was to expose ESX CIMOM in the vCenter Orchestrator. This affected the API design.
With vCMA, you can monitor and manage VMware Infrastructure from your phone with an interface that is optimized for such devices.
Perspectives Plug-in for vCenter Orchestrator provides an easy way to publish a set of workflows for a group of people on the vCO web front end.
VMware Permissions Tool (VPT) is a command line tool that helps vCenter users to query the permissions given to a particular principal.
CloudFS is a prototype replicated and distributed storage system for the VMware ESX platform. It allows VMs to run using local storage, without any single points of failure.
VMware Zimbra for Android (VZA) is a native Android collaboration application. It allows you to access your email, calendar, contacts, tasks and files from any Android device, specifically smartphones and tablets. VZA supports any Microsoft ActiveSync compliant email server and also supports the VMware Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS). With ZCS as the backend, VZA offers several additional ZCS-only features such as Briefcase, Saved Searches, etc. that are not available in any of the Android email applications in the market today.
PXE Manager for vCenter enables ESXi host state (firmware) management and provisioning.
Run vSphere client in a snap: carry this thinapp on a USB and your vSphere client is available on the go.
Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) is a Linux console UI for vSphere, built on the RbVmomi bindings to the vSphere API.
PowerShell is a scripting language Microsoft developed to help administrators manage the Windows environment. Third parties can write their own snap-ins (dynamic linked libraries) to implement new commands, which are called
cmdlets. With VDSPowerCli, users can use the
cmdlets provided by PowerCLI to manage vSphere Distributed Switch(VDS).
IOBlazer is a multi-platform storage stack micro-benchmark. IOBlazer runs on Linux, Windows and OSX and it is capable of generating a highly customizable workload.
This Python module allows to connect to a live vCO server through its public SOAP API, and manipulate objects (such as workflows) from there.
Ops Panel for ESX runs on the client browser and extends the default ESX server web page with a short list of all available virtual machines.
vCO supports extended functionality through the use of plugins. This VIX plugin allows users to automate virtual machine operations within guest operating systems.
The VIX Java Toolkit allows Java developers to take advantage of the VMware VIX API. This is a powerful API that allows for performing in-guest operations on VMs running with vSphere, Workstation, Server, and Player.
This module loads into both Explorer and vmware-vmx, and renders a resizable thumbnail of your choice of VM console to the Windows taskbar.