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 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
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
Ladies and gentlemen, start your downloads! vRealize Automation 6.2 (formerly known as vCloud Automation Center) has gone GA today. Beside the usual raft of fixes, the major focus for this release is the integration with vRealize Operations 6.0 (formerly known as vCenter Operations Manager). Download VMware vRealize Automation