Top Things You Should Know: Derived Credentials and Workspace ONE

Top Things You Should Know: Derived Credentials and Workspace ONE

This post was originally published on this site —Can I get a show of virtual hands… which of you does not want single sign-in across all of your corporate resources? Did you know single sign-on (SSO) is one of the top things employees desired to improve their digital experience at work? Not only do the employees benefit but SSO drastically reduces the number of help desk calls related to password issues. In many highly regulated organizations, smart cards have become the primary tool for two-factor authentication (the smart card and a user Read more […]

London Welcomes VMware Cloud Automation Services

London Welcomes VMware Cloud Automation Services

This post was originally published on this site —We are proud to announce our newest geographic region for VMware Cloud Automation Services in London! This is our first European region for VMware Cloud Automation Services, and it is a major milestone in helping our European customers evolve their cloud strategy. Stay tuned as we expand to more regions across the globe aiming to serve our customers where they most need us. Simplify Your Cloud Journey With Cloud Automation Services VMware Cloud Automation Services is a suite of three SaaS-based cloud Read more […]

Service Broker – Serverless Extensibility (ABX) and Workflow (vRO) as Content Sources

Service Broker – Serverless Extensibility (ABX) and Workflow (vRO) as Content Sources

This post was originally published on this site —As part of our ongoing enhancements to VMware’s Cloud Automation Services, today we introduce the capability to setup Serverless Extensibility (ABX) and vRealize Orchestrator Workflows (vRO) as Service Broker Content Sources.   First a little refresher on Service Broker Service Broker is that’s part of Cloud Automation Services that are offered via SaaS. It is a curated catalog (or storefront) for infrastructure and services alike were end users can consume multi-cloud based content. Read more […]

Introducing GitHub Support in Cloud Assembly

Introducing GitHub Support in Cloud Assembly

This post was originally published on this site —GitHub Support Comes to Cloud Assembly! Several months go we enabled GitLab Integration to synchronize blueprints from GitHub based synchronization of blueprints to Cloud Assembly. This month, we have expanded this integration to include GitHub as a source control manager (SCM) provider!   Infrastructure as Code with Source Control Sync! One of the core tenants of an Infrastructure as Code approach to blueprinting is the mandate of a declarative state. In Cloud Assembly, we automatically generate Read more […]

Enhancements to Cloud Assembly Blueprinting

Enhancements to Cloud Assembly Blueprinting

This post was originally published on this site —Cloud Assembly provides a next generation blueprinting interface for crafting end user worklaods and driving platform automation. Combining an Infrastructure as Code approach with a declarative model allows Cloud Assembly to give you full visibility into the workloads you are deploying. As time has moved forward, we continue to enhance this interface and provide new capabilities and ways to interact with the design canvas. Blueprint Expressions Refresher Last month, we published out a blog post highlighting Read more […]

Introducing Enterprise PKS Integration in Cloud Assembly

Introducing Enterprise PKS Integration in Cloud Assembly

This post was originally published on this site —Kubernetes is taking the world by storm, and Enterprise PKS is leading the charge! Enterprise PKS embraces multi-cloud, so it only makes sense that VMware’s Cloud Automation Services would support this platform! Beyond Enterprise PKS, Cloud Assembly also supports on-bonarding any external based Kubernetes instance, allowing you to bring your public and private cloud Kubernetes clusters into the platform. Kubernetes, PKS, and Cloud Automation Services – Better Together! This week, Read more […]

Introducing Git Support for Action Based Extensibility Inside Cloud Assembly

Introducing Git Support for Action Based Extensibility Inside Cloud Assembly

This post was originally published on this site —Earlier this month, VMware enabled the ability to synchronize ABX Actions from GitLab and GitHub into Cloud Assembly! Don’t know what ABX is, or want a refresher? We recently posted an extensibility primer blog post here where you can get more information about this awesome new capability! Why Is This Relevant? Cloud Automaton Services has a core focus on creating easy, transparent consumption with an “as code” approach. As Cloud Administrators build their Cloud Assembly environment, Read more […]

Improvements to Action Based Extensibility in Cloud Assembly

Improvements to Action Based Extensibility in Cloud Assembly

This post was originally published on this site —Recently we outlined the multiple paths to extensibility in Cloud Assemvly. Within this post we talked about Action Based Extensibility (ABX) as a new path to extending your Hybrid Cloud. Action Based Extensibilty enables users to leverage Function as a Service in AWS Lambda and Azure Function to execute arbitrary code against Cloud Assembly machines during specific lifecycle states. Beyond this capability, and being covered in a separate post, is the ability to publsh out these ABX “Actions” Read more […]

Native Objects From Azure and AWS In Cloud Assembly

Native Objects From Azure and AWS In Cloud Assembly

This post was originally published on this site —Cloud Assembly provides an awesome platform to create cloud agnostic blueprints that can be designed on the blueprint design canvas, or written directly from code (YAML), and then deployed to public and private clouds from the single blueprint. That’s a super cool feature but what if you need to use specific services from AWS or Azure? Not an issue with Cloud Assembly. In the article we will walk through the native service available directly from the blueprint design canvas for the both those Read more […]

Cloud Assembly Meets Google Cloud Platform

Cloud Assembly Meets Google Cloud Platform

This post was originally published on this site —  Cloud Assembly is the premier hybrid and multi-cloud orchestration platform to expedite the delivery of infrastructure and applications in line with DevOps principles.   In this blog we are going to focus on a new integration that has been released to Cloud Assembly. If you have worked with Cloud Assembly to date you know that there is native integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) as well as Azure services. Now Cloud Assembly also offers native integration with Google Cloud Platform Read more […]