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://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.
Last week the VMware education and certification team released the VCAP6-CMA Deploy exam. This is a lab-based exam intended to test a candidate's knowledge of how to deploy and administer vRealize Automation (also in conjunction with Orchestrator, Business Standard, Application Services and vCloud Air). It's the next tier up from