So the other day I found an old script I created when vCloud 9.0 was still hip and happening. I was wondering if this script would still work with newer versions of vCloud and in particular the API version. So in this blog I will show you which API versions are supported by vCloud.

So I went on a google search to find out how to figure out which API version is still supported. In this blog I will share with you my findings.

To find which API version is still supported by vCloud I browsed to https://<vcd url>/api/versions and found the below displayed information.

Find the API version supported

As you can see from this example version 27.0 is deprecated.

Now to match vCloud versions to API versions I went to the VMware website VMware vCloud for Service providers Documentation

Here I found the following info:

vCloud versus API version

As you can see a lot of API versions “still” supported by vCloud and my vCloud 9.0 script should also still work with the newest versions of vCloud.

I can hear you thinking, why did you not just run the script and see if it still works? Well the answer is really simple; If I would have done that there would not have been any reason to write this blog.

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