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This plugin, when coupled with the vSphereStats Tool, will supply statistics from your vSphere environment on your WordPress blog via widgets or content filter.


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Install via plugin controls in WordPress.
Find further instructions and download VSphereStats tool from


Q. Why did you write this?
A. Because I am a geek.
Q. Can I contribute to the code?
A. You bet!

Contributors & Developers

“WP-vSphereStats” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Added comma delimiter to all stats.

Some minor additions and alterations by Fr3d
– Improved “last updated” text
– Option to display power states in an un-ordered HTML list, with or without images

  • Added a post content filter to allow you to use various “variables” in posts/pages:

— [vsphere-cpu], [vsphere-ram], [vsphere-storage], [vsphere-vms], [vsphere-states],

— [vsphere-states-list], [vsphere-states-list-noimg], [vsphere-updated]