Calsoft’s exclusive Twitter chat series on VCP (vCenter Plugins) using #VCP_Unplugged
Calsoft conducted its first-ever Twitter chat series on 14th, 15th & 16th August 2018 focusing on VCP (vCenter Plugins)
Since VMworld is just around the corner, Calsoft invited the world to attend a 3-day Twitter chat series that addressed challenges and queries about and around VCPs.
The chat agenda extensively entailed:
- Challenges that developers face in vCenter Plugin Development
- Ways to migrate vCenter with the external platform service control
- Understanding which infrastructure is involved for testing the web client plugin, and much more
Participants posed questions before and during the chat on Twitter using #VCP_Unplugged
which were expertly answered by our hosts, Jayant Ahirrao, Vinod Sharma and Vijay Jawale answered them at the scheduled time for the Twitter chat.
As we are all well aware of what plug ins are, this chat will be more focused on concept and usage of plug-ins in computing. To encapsulate the textbook definition, Plug-in is that software component which adds a particular feature to the already existing application or a computer program.
VMware also allows this feature in its vSphere Web Client. vSphere Web Client plug-in is a program that is designed to extend the user interface for Web Client to a browser. It allows an administrator to connect to a Server (vCenter server) system and manages the vSphere client environment. VMware gives the third party developers the facility to customize the plug-in according to its use and product.
Virtualization and Storage go hand-in-hand and it is an essential step to speed up computing on the cloud.
Plug-in helps storage agencies to achieve efficiency and simplicity in data center operations. It provides permission to vCenter Server to perform storage related tasks easily.
Jayant Ahirrao - Senior Developent Engineer
With 7.5 years of experience in Backend development of Storage, Virtualization domain products Jayant is working as Senior Development Engineer at Calsoft. Developed vCenter web client plugins for different clients as per their business requirement.
Vinod Sharma - Senior QA Engineer
With 8 year of Quality Assurance experience in Storage, Virtualization and Backup & Recovery domain, Vinod is working as Senior QA Engineer at Calsoft. Worked with top leading MNCs in the IT industry.
Vijay Jawale - Senior Software Development Engineer
Having 3.5 years of experience in designing and developing enterprise-class products into Storage, Virtualization domain with excellent hands-on, on various development frameworks.