Welcome to my site. I started this site as an online archive for me and all things virtual. I kept getting requests for help around some of the more standard issues we all hit in dealing with Cloud automation, particularly around the VMware vCloud Stack so I decided to make my forum public...and here we are.

My name is Lee Friend and I'm based in London, UK. I am a Cloud orchestration specialist in the end to end management, automation and integration of virtualisation stacks covering all pieces of the puzzle from IPAM (InfoBlox / QIP / IP Control), DNS, AD, resiliency & DR (SRM automation), management system integration (including ServiceNow, BMC Remedy, ticketing systems) and on and on.

Having worked since the very early days of virtualisation, I specialise in the vRealize suite (vRO,vRA,vCD,vR OPs,vCloudClient,SRM,and on) with the aim of orchestrating wherever it's needed. I have helped out large financials, global exchanges and cloud service providers at an architecture level all the way through to workflow engineering.

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Get VC VM by name

Postby leefriend » Fri Oct 07, 2016 11:32 am

Find a VM by name.

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vms = new Array();
var sdkConnections = VcPlugin.allSdkConnections;
for(var i in sdkConnections){
    var host = sdkConnections[i];
    var found = host.getAllVirtualMachines(null, "xpath:matches(name, '" + vmName + "')");
    for(var j in found){
        vms.push(found[j]);
    }
}

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