This article is probably late coming but I thought it was still worthwhile to write given that a large number of customers are still on early 7.x releases (some on 6.2.x) of vRA and unlikely to be moving to 8.x any time in the immediate future. For those customers it is possible to move to … Continue reading vRealize Automation – 7.x Migration
In this article I am going to take the information from the previous articles in this series and use it to build my use case using ABX. Links to the previous 2 articles in this series can be found via the links below. Part 1Part 2 Python or Node.js FaaS providers generally support a number … Continue reading Cloud Assembly – Extensibility with ABX (FaaS) – Part3
This is the second article in my mini series covering Cloud Assembly extensibility via ABX (Action Based Extensibility). Links to the other articles in the series are listed below: Part 1Part 3 In this article I am going to lay out an example extensibility scenario and start planning out a solution that will use ABX. … Continue reading Cloud Assembly – Extensibility with ABX (FaaS) – Part2
A Brief Introduction In this series of articles I am going to cover creating and deploying an extensibility use case based on ABX. Links to the other articles in this series can be found here: Part 2Part 3 Before I get into creating actions and writing code I want to explain what ABX is and … Continue reading Cloud Assembly – Extensibility with ABX (FaaS) – Part1
In my previous article I covered getting a very basic setup running between a Linux (CentOS 7) Ansible server and a Windows 2016 server. In almost all instances this configuration should never be used in a production environment, it is just simply too insecure! In this article I am going to explore how to apply … Continue reading Ansible – Certificate Authentication to Windows
Up until now my journey with Ansible has been solely in relation to leveraging Linux operating systems but as well all know there is more to life than just Linux! Now it's time to look at Windows and see how we can make that integrate. For this article I am going to be using a … Continue reading Ansible – Lets Talk Windows!