Python Client for VMC on AWS
Release Date: April 20, 2020
Python Client for VMware Cloud on AWS Fling is a Python-based tool. Written in Python, the tool enables VMware Cloud on AWS users to automate the consumption of their VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC.
Note this is not to interact with your VMware Cloud on AWS vCenter but to run tasks such as creating and deleting networks, setting up security groups and services and building network security rules on the Management and Compute Gateways.
Contributions to the open source project this Fling is based on are welcome! Head to this GitHub page for more details.
VMware Cloud on AWS version 1.9 and later:
Detailed instructions can be downloaded in the instructions tab or can be found on the following blog posts:
- New, clearer help section makes it easier to find commands
- Improved menu for new-t0-prefix-list
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