> I originally drafted this in June 2018. Following on from Sam McGeown's recent migration to Hugo [https://www.definit.co.uk/2019/04/goodbye-wordpress-hello-hugo/], I thought I'd finally publish this in case it's useful for anyone rather than sitting on it until I complete the process! Summary of Tools Used
> I originally drafted this in June 2018. Following on from Sam McGeown's recent migration to Hugo [https://www.definit.co.uk/2019/04/goodbye-wordpress-hello-hugo/], I thought I'd finally publish this in case it's useful for anyone rather than sitting on it until I complete the process! What, When and Why?
When vRealize Orchestrator 7.6 became generally available last week (and related to the simultaneous availability of vRealize Automation 7.6), an eagle-eyed VMware Partner spotted a statement in the release notes [https://docs.vmware.com/en/vRealize-Orchestrator/7.6/rn/VMware-vRealize-Orchestrator-76-Release-Notes.html] under the Feature and Support Notice section.
A number of VMware exams will be retired on August 30th 2019. The table below shows the exams to be retired and the exams taking their place: Retiring ExamReplacement Exam2V0-620 / vSphere 6 Foundations Exam2V0-01.19 / vSphere 6.7 Foundations Exam2V0-602 / vSphere 6.5 Foundations Exam2V0-01.19 / vSphere 6.7 Foundations
My focus on a day-to-day basis for most of the last five years has been on cloud automation and orchestration, more specifically with VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) and VMware vRealize Orchestrator (vRO). I've worked with a variety of customers in different verticals (government, finance, service provider) to help them design
If you're working for an Enterprise with your workloads based purely on VMware vSphere, then there's a new launch from Unitrends that you may be interested in looking at for your virtual backup / business continuity solution that I have learned about. vBE (short for VM Backup Essentials),converges enterprise-grade backup
A colleague of mine was working with a customer recently on some changes to their automated VM provisioning process (they're not vRA customers… yet). He got stuck trying to get around a particular challenge with the automatic naming of network interfaces in certain Linux distributions. The customer in question is
If you're looking at taking one of the VMware Advanced Professional exams listed below, you might want to get your skates on as they're being retired at the end of September: * VCAP6 – Data Centre Virtualization Design (VCAP6-DCV Design) * VCAP6 – Cloud Management and Automation Design (VCAP6-CMA Design) * VCAP6 – Desktop and Mobility
I was lucky enough last year to be invited to the inaugural UK vRetreat, organised by fellow vExpert Patrick Redknap [https://twitter.com/PatrickRedknap] . If you've not encountered a vRetreat before, or are wondering what it is, it's an event with a small delegation of bloggers invited to pick apart
[/content/images/wordpress/2018/01/CTO-Ambassadors_avatar_1461093858-96x96.jpeg] VMware's Office of the CTO (OCTO) [https://octo.vmware.com] runs an annual programme internally to appoint a limited number of outstanding individuals as CTO Ambassadors (CTOA). Broadly, the role of an ambassador is to help ensure a tight collaboration between
This post was inspired by Ryan Kelly's recent post of a similar title in which he revealed how to change the “All Services” icon [http://www.vmtocloud.com/how-to-change-the-vra-7-2-all-services-icon/] in the vRA 7.2 Catalog tab. Shortly after seeing that, I noticed that Ricky El-Qasem had also posted on the
[http://cohesity.com]At the recent vRetreat at Silverstone, I experienced three technical presentations / Q&A sessions from the event sponsors. One of these, Cohesity [http://cohesity.com], I was charged with writing a little more about. Up until that point, my experience and knowledge of Cohesity's solutions was very
[http://pubs.vmware.com/vrealize-automation-72/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vrealize_automation_extensibility_migration.pdf?src=vmw_so_vex_mpoor_538] Possibly a little overdue, but valuable all the same, the vRealize Automation Extensibility Migration Guide [http://pubs.vmware.com/vrealize-automation-72/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vrealize_automation_extensibility_migration.