Dec 13, 2022

I have the below message when exporting folders from vCenter. I have double checked vcenter.ini and entries are correct.

line 225, in main
srcvc = vcenter.vCenter(ioObj.srcvCenterURL,ioObj.srcvCenterUsername,ioObj.srcvCenterPassword,ioObj.srcvCenterSSLVerify)
NameError: name 'vcenter' is not defined

Any ideas of the problem.

Mar 16, 2023

Hi, I have the same issue, could you solve it?

Dec 15, 2022

Hey - thanks for the notification! Give us a few more days to look at it and let us see what is going on.

Dec 14, 2022
Apr 07, 2022

Hi Team, very very useful. Is there (or plans to be) an equivalent tool that could be used in conjunction with Azure VMware Service?. I am particularly interested in backing up Customer NSX Configurations (DFW, Inventory etc)
Thanks in advance

Apr 07, 2022

Hello - the team that wrote this are VMC on AWS Solution Architects and are not involved with AVS. If you like, I can connect you to folks on the AVS team who will be in a better position to answer your question. Shoot me an email (pkremer) if you would like this connection made.

Oct 11, 2021

Hi Team, I´ m trying to run the script on a Lambda Function based on Phyton 3.8. After follow the instructions in the documentation and attached the pre_reqs zipped as a Layer, during the test of the function we received the message "[ERROR] Runtime.ImportModuleError: Unable to import module 'invoke_lambda': No module named 'requests'".

And the response from test is:
"errorMessage": "Unable to import module 'invoke_lambda': No module named 'requests'",
"errorType": "Runtime.ImportModuleError",
"stackTrace": []

Could you give some tip around this issue?

Oct 12, 2021

Did you follow the instructions in the README section 1.4.9 for installing the modules into a folder? From the error, it looks like Lambda is missing the requests module.

May 04, 2021

VMware Cloud on AWS Pricing
How much does it cost for a year. In case if you want to be the permanent member, how much they will charge then?

May 04, 2021

Hi Elle
How much the service costs really depends on how much you consume and for how long.

You can find additional info here:

The above web page includes a lot of info on the service including a pricing calculator to help you get a better idea based on how much the service could cost based on your capacity requirements.
The service can be consumed in a 'Pay as you go' manner or on a 1 or 3-year subscription basis.
Hope this helps :)