The vCloud Director API is a powerful and easy to use solution for getting information about organizations, VDCs, networking, vApps and eveything else. But that’s not all. You can use it for automate all aspects of vCloud Director, too.
You may think it’s difficult to use the vCloud Director API. But I’m trying to show how easy the usage is and what you can do with this API.
So, let’s get started.
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By default, vCloud Director does not limit the size of memory, disks and number of vCPUs when creating a new virtual machine. This means the global configuration maximums for vSphere apply, which can be a problem for a service provider. Depending on the settings in the allocation model that a SP uses.
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