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  1. David
    David at |

    Hi Chris

    Excellent breakdown on the new Simplivity updates. One thing I didnt see was integration with the vSphere Web client. Is that integration there? If not any indication from Simplivity when it might be?

    Thanks
    David

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  2. Jesse St Laurent
    Jesse St Laurent at |

    David,

    Thanks for your comment. We have our vSphere Web Client just about ready to go, but we have not found end users adopting the new client in the field. Are you using the web client? I am seeing a lot of users using the new client only when forced to and then quitting and going back to the C# client for day to day use.

    – Jesse

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    1. David
      David at |

      Hi Jesse

      Yes we use the web client alot, and tend to push all clients in that direction, given the C# client is being depreciated more and more in each release.

      Will you have a demo of the client at vmworld? If so I will look out for it when I come past te simplicity stand

      Thanks
      David

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  4. Joe
    Joe at |

    Webclient = junk

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