Having created a Windows template, in Part 6 of this series it's now time to make one for Linux using my go-to distro, CentOS 8.
Armed with some vSphere variables, it's now time to create a Windows template. In post 5 of this series that process is described.
In part 4 of this series it's finally time to introduce some JSON. The variables that I re-use in every template for telling Packer where to provision machines.
In part 3 of this series I cover some of the configuration and terminology required to get going with builds and that will be used in the rest of the series.
Now Packer is introduced, it's time to prepare for using it to create some vSphere templates. This is part 2 of a series.
To try out the new integration with Ansible Tower from vRealize Automation 8.1 I'll need an Ansible Tower server. This is how I installed it on CentOS 8.
Adobe Flash is EoL in December 2020, what does this mean for people on vSphere 6.5?
vRealize Automation 8.1 is released now and there are some great blogs out there describing the new and changed features.