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Python vSphere Client with a dialog(1) interface

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Python vSphere Client with a dialog(1) interface

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PVC is an interactive text-mode VMware vSphere Client with a dialog(1) interface for GNU/Linux systems built on top of the pyVmomi VMware vSphere API Python bindings.

Using PVC allows you to quickly navigate in your VMware vSphere environment and perform common tasks against various VMware vSphere Managed Entities.

PVC is Open Source and licensed under the BSD License.


Experimental. PVC is in early development stage. Using PVC in a production environment is not (yet) recommended.


PVC is hosted on Github. Please contribute by reporting issues, suggesting features or by sending patches using pull requests.


The online documentation of PVC can be found at the link below:

At the above link you can also find example screenshots of using PVC in a VMware vSphere environment.

With Docker

It is possible to use a docker using for example:

docker run -i -t –rm –dns= -h=pvc-v0.1.1 –name pvc marioezquerro/pvc:v0.1.1 /usr/local/bin/pvc-tui


Probably. If you experience a bug issue, please report it to the PVC issue tracker on Github.

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