Unlocking the Hidden Potential of Events in the VMware SDDC

Use event-driven automation and take your system events to the next level! Easily trigger custom or pre-built actions to deliver powerful integrations within your datacenter but also across public cloud services. Integrations like Slack, Pager Duty, Service Now, etc. has never been easier before

#VEBA brings a Day Night of difference to your SDDC
Extend your Systems
Extend your Systems

Event-driven interactions with vSphere and Horizon using Functions as a Service (FaaS).

Event-Driven Remediation
Event-Driven Remediation

Automatically revert or fix system issues based on state changes.

Bring Your Own Language
Bring Your Own Language

Build functions using the language of your choice.

Webhook Support
Webhook Support

Use the webhook HTTPS endpoint to send CloudEvents from any external source to VEBA.

Appliance for VMware vSphere

Deploy VEBA directly onto vSphere by using the ready-to-run appliance (OVA).

Installation on Kubernetes with Knative

Deploy VEBA to an existing Kubernetes Knative installation using the Tanzu Sources for Knative.

Explore our documentation to help you get started quickly

Learn more about VMware Event Broker Appliance and its capabilities

Get started quickly with community-sourced, prebuilt functions

Deploy the appliance and prebuilt functions in under 60 minutes

#VEBA Use Cases


Enable additional notification channels such as Slack, PagerDuty, SMS, etc.


Automate repetitive tasks and improve efficiency with event-driven functions powered by Knative


Consume system events using the public cloud services of your choice


Streamline operations by leveraging events to monitor and automate remediation efforts


Cut through the noise! Store some or all the events that you care about for future use


Take it a step further and learn from the past to help predict future trends or issues

Featured Functions

vSphere Alarm Function

vSphere alarm events do not provide metadata about defined triggers and thresholds. This example demonstrates how Knative flows can be used to enrich events and send it to other functions for consumption.

vSphere Tagging Function

Automatically apply a vSphere Tag to a Virtual Machine after it was powered on. This is a popular function to easily interact with other systems based on the added tag.

Slack Notification Function

Based on a Virtual Machine powered off event, this function will send a message to Slack with details about the virtual machine, e.g. when and by whom was this event triggered.

VMware Event Broker Appliance Team

VMware Event Broker Appliance is released as open source software and provides community support through our GitHub project page. If you encounter an issue or have a question, feel free to reach out on the GitHub issues page for VMware Event Broker Appliance.

Meet and get to know Team #VEBA.

Michael Gasch
William Lam
Robert Guske
Frankie Gold
Partheeban Kandasamy (PK)
Patrick Kremer
Vladimir Velikov
Martin Dekov