Tag: Cloud

vRealize Log Insight and VMware Log Intelligence: Better Together

vRealize Log Insight and VMware Log Intelligence: Better Together

This post was originally published on this site —  vRealize Log Insight 1.0 was released for general availability in 2013, and since then it has steadily grown in features, scale, and customer adoption. I have worked with customers who have deployed up to sixty nodes of Log Insight across multiple clusters and datacenters, ingesting hundreds of thousands of events per second. While a deployment of that scale is great for simplifying troubleshooting and alerting, and performing root cause analysis by aggregating and forwarding events to a few Read more […]

May 16th Webinar: More Usability Improvements of vRealize Automation and vRealize Life Cycle Manager

May 16th Webinar: More Usability Improvements of vRealize Automation and vRealize Life Cycle Manager

This post was originally published on this site —On May 16th, we will be hosting another Getting More Out of VMware webinar. The webinar is designed for Cloud Administrators and VI Administrators who leverage vRealize Suite products, such as vRealize Automation,  to run their virtual infrastructure and cloud environment. It will be a great opportunity to learn how vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 1.2 (vRSLCM) and vRealize Automation 7.4 can help you quickly stand up a full vRealize suite environment that helps you manage your private Read more […]

Decision Driven Provisioning with Anything as a Service (XaaS)

Decision Driven Provisioning with Anything as a Service (XaaS)

This post was originally published on this site —Decision Driven Provisioning with XaaS To me, the power of vRealize Automation has always been how easy it is to take square pegs and fit them into round holes. Generally this capability comes in the form of leveraging “Anything as a Service”, also known as XaaS. XaaS allows you to take any vRealize Orchestrator workflow, and bind it to a catalog function. This might be a blueprint or an action (day-2 operation). Leveraging XaaS to deploy Operating System blueprints exposes some very Read more […]

Customizing request forms using the new Custom Forms

Customizing request forms using the new Custom Forms

This post was originally published on this site —Custom Forms is a new future in vRA 7.4. They give you the opportunity to redesign and apply a new look and fill for vRA forms. They provide a rich set of features, such as the ability to re-order the components in the form, many different types of field validations, the ability to use generic components that are not included in the blueprint, and many others.   In this blogpost, we will create one blueprint with both vSphere and XaaS Blueprint components. The user will be able to Read more […]

Introducing the vRealize Orchestrator Management Pack for vRealize Operations

Introducing the vRealize Orchestrator Management Pack for vRealize Operations

This post was originally published on this site —Synergy is when two powerful products come together, the result is better than the sum of their abilities. That describes the newest management pack for vRealize Operations which provides access to vRealize Orchestrator workflows for more remediation actions and the ability to launch workflows directly from the vR Ops user interface. Customers have long known about the benefits of both.  vR Ops gives you visibility and understanding of your hybrid cloud for efficienct management.  vRealize Read more […]

vRealize Operations 6.7 – What’s new in Views

vRealize Operations 6.7 – What’s new in Views

This post was originally published on this site —The latest vRealize Operations release brings many exciting new features including improvements to the views functionality. Two major enhancements were introduced, both of them regarding data configuration options  The two major changes we will be looking at in this post are: Cell coloring based on result value New metric transformations.   View Cell coloring Let’s start our overview from the coloring feature. This option is completely new and allows to highlight view cells with Read more […]

What’s New in vRealize Operations 6.7 REST APIs

What’s New in vRealize Operations 6.7 REST APIs

This post was originally published on this site —Calling all coders, scripters and automation nerds!  With the release of vRealize Operations 6.7 we have quite a few updates to the REST APIs.  The full list is attached at the bottom of this post, but I wanted to call out a few that are notable and helpful.  I get questions from customers, partners and the VMware field almost daily on REST APIs so I know there are many of you using them for integrating vRealize Operations with other solutions.   Auth Changes and Enhancements   You Read more […]

vRealize Automation with Infrastructure Blueprint – Configuring Multi-developer Environment

vRealize Automation with Infrastructure Blueprint – Configuring Multi-developer Environment

This post was originally published on this site —This blog is dedicated to step-by-step instructions on how to quickly configure a vRealize Automation content development environment using vRealize Automation blueprint that is available with the recent 7.4 release.  This blueprint deploys a vRealize Automation instance which is fully governed by vRA placement and governance including approvals and leases with the smallest footprint possible.  This footprint gives the reader room to grow and improvise on their own. It walks through basic Read more […]

VMware Pivotal Container Service Journeys to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe

VMware Pivotal Container Service Journeys to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe

This post was originally published on this site —By Susan Wu, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Cloud-Native Apps We’re following up our VMware SIG announcement with some exciting plans for our presence at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Copenhagen. On the heels of the last Cloud Foundry Summit in Boston, we’re starting to see the Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes coming together. There’s a full day of content devoted to the synergies between Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes during Cloud Foundry Day at KubeCon. To start things off, on Tuesday, Read more […]

vRealize Operations within vCenter Plugin

vRealize Operations within vCenter Plugin

This post was originally published on this site —With the release of the latest version of vCenter 6.7 there is a new capability to help achieve self-driving operations from within your vCenter environment with vRealize Operations being at it’s core. This is the new vRealize Operations within vCenter plugin which provides 6 new dashboards directly in the vCenter UI. This plugin was added to help with two things:   First, there are three dashboards that give a holistic view of your vSAN environment for the specific vCenter. You can see Read more […]