Month: November 2018

Cloud Automation Services – API First!

Cloud Automation Services – API First!

This post was originally published on this site —Did you know that the Cloud Management Business Unit’s approach to Cloud Automation Services is an API first approach? The concept of programmatic interaction with platforms is extremely common place in today’s growing landscape. There are hundreds of different usecases for API level integration, things like extensibility, bulk management, quickly instantiating environments, 3rd party tool integrations – the list goes on and on! In the previous automation platform (vRealize Automation) Read more […]

Ninja Guide to Manage vRNI using VRSLCM Part 2: Creating new vRNI setup from existing vRNI setup

Ninja Guide to Manage vRNI using VRSLCM Part 2: Creating new vRNI setup from existing vRNI setup

This post was originally published on this site —Are you looking for installing new vRealize Network Insight(vRNI) infrastructure(environment) from existing vRNI setup with all the data sources added! And are you wondering how to do it effortlessly? vRSLCM can do it for you, but how? Deploying a new vRNI environment involves lot of tasks like deploying of ova, applying license, clustering and adding data sources. These things vRSLCM has simplified which can be followed up in this blog – Ninja Guide to Manage vRealize Network Insight using Read more […]

Updating PowerCLI Local OS Support

Updating PowerCLI Local OS Support

This post was originally published on this site —VMware PowerCLI has gone through quite a few changes over the past couple years. This includes what operating systems (OS) PowerCLI can run on! The most significant update was the addition of MacOS and Ubuntu. However, as the PowerCLI team continually evaluates which OSes we should support, there are also times where OSes need to be removed. With that said, in a future release, PowerCLI will be deprecating local OS support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. It is important to note that this Read more […]

vRO development with TypeScript

vRO development with TypeScript

This post was originally published on this site —Developing cloud automation using vRealize Automation (vRA) and vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) is quick and easy for small tasks. Complex projects with multiple software engineers, however, require additional mechanisms to ensure efficient development and code quality. PS CoE made a major leap forward in automating with vRO and vRA by enabling native JavaScript developer experience using tools such as IDE development, Git integration, etc. Yet, writing large-scale applications Read more […]

Using Host Rules with Business Intent in vRealize Operations 7.0

Using Host Rules with Business Intent in vRealize Operations 7.0

This post was originally published on this site — This blog post originally appeared on the blog of Brett Johnson, a Senior Consultant with VMware.  It is re-posted here with Brett’s permission.  You can follow Brett on Twitter @BrettJohnson008. vROPS 7.0 launched with a feature called Business Intent which controls workload placement based on vSphere tags Announcement. This feature tackles several use cases one being controlling the host placement of workloads which have physical licencing requirements. Business Intent settings Read more […]

Deep Dive into the vRealize Operations Capacity Management 

Deep Dive into the vRealize Operations Capacity Management 

This post was originally published on this site —Deep Dive into the vRealize Operations Capacity Management To accurately serve your customers with their virtual machine needs, it is vital to ensure the continued usability and optimal performance of your infrastructure.  With the release of vRealize Operations 7.0, capacity management and planning has been improved to help you proactively address resource shortfalls. In this deep dive through the vRealize Operations Capacity Management, we will examine the key areas to help you better understand Read more […]

VMware NSX Cloud at AWS re:Invent 2018

VMware NSX Cloud at AWS re:Invent 2018

This post was originally published on this site —Howdy… if you have managed to check-in and get your AWS re:Invent pass, congratulations! Looks like running between AWS sessions across hotels in Las Vegas is the new Turkey Trot – welcome to the “Cloud First” world! Amongst all the craziness, we just wanted to take a moment and send a note to you from the NSX team. As all of you know, NSX Cloud supports Azure and AWS since our latest NSX release – NSX 2.3. NSX Cloud will be showcased at the NSX demo pod at the VMware Read more […]

VMware NSX Cloud Now in AWS Solution Space

VMware NSX Cloud Now in AWS Solution Space

This post was originally published on this site —We are excited to announce that NSX Cloud, the VMware networking and security solution for AWS-native applications and hybrid-cloud, is now available in the AWS Solution Space! AWS created the Solution Space as a place for AWS Partner Network (APN) Technology Partners to showcase customer-ready solutions that combine AWS services with partner technologies and, optionally, consulting offers from APN consulting Partners. This is an especially notable milestone for NSX Cloud because it will be one of Read more […]

Leveraging Insights and Behaviors to Secure the Digital Workspace

Leveraging Insights and Behaviors to Secure the Digital Workspace

This post was originally published on this site —In their 2018 report “The Human Factor in IT Security”, Kaspersky reported that 46% of information security breaches were caused by human carelessness, and in 30% of breaches, employees were actively working against their employers. Enterprises are used to protecting against external threats, but now it looks like enterprises are being attacked from all sides. How do you defend against an enemy that is already inside the gates? How do you keep a close eye on your own users, the vast majority Read more […]

How to Use Remote Access Authentication in your Cloud Assembly Deployments

How to Use Remote Access Authentication in your Cloud Assembly Deployments

This post was originally published on this site —This was originally posted here. Visit VMGuru for more content from Dimitri de Swart and Erik Scholten.   In the previous post we’ve seen how to setup Cloud Automation Services, how to use Cloud Assembly to create a fully Cloud agnostic blueprint, how to use input variables and how to integrate Cloud Automation Services with Puppet. Now, I’ll discuss how to access your deployments in a secure way. When using VMware Cloud Assembly, deploying new Read more […]