Category: vCO

Getting More Out Of vRA – Session 3

Getting More Out Of VMware – Webinar VMware’s technical team will help you gain maximum value from your VMware solutions. These sessions, led by VMware Cloud Specialist Systems Engineers, help you learn about and more effectively utilize VMware vRealize™ solutions, speeding your ability to get a return on your investment.

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Getting More Out Of vRA – Session 2

VMware’s technical team will help you gain maximum value from your VMware solutions. These sessions, led by VMware Cloud Specialist Systems Engineers, help you learn about and more effectively utilize VMware vRealize™ solutions, speeding your ability to get a return on your investment.

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Early Christmas Present for those who want to “Get more out of vRA”

HO, HO, HO, Merry Christmas or happy holidays if you prefer! In this wonderful time of year great things start to appear from companies like VMware. Needless to say the vRealize Suite had a huge day on Dec. 9th releasing a lot of great solutions that continue to get more tightly integrated.

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vRealize Automation – known bug in 6.1 and 6.1.1

While following this blog you likely were looking to use the vCO extensibility that is included with the VRA (formerly vCAC) appliance. As it turns out there is an known bug in the 6.1 and 6.1.1 that will likely cause you some heart and head aches. I have had this occur in two environments now …

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vCAC + vCAC combined training now in BETA

“You have a course for vCO, You have a course for vCAC, but since they are so complimentary why isn’t there an extensibility course that combines them.” I have heard many times in the last few months. Well ladies and gents it has finally been introduced in beta. While you may not yet be able …

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Breaking News: Horizon 6 released!!!

I’m sure if you have been following this blog you saw a post about Horizon 6 and the VMware End User Computing story and thought why would he be focusing on that announcement as opposed to another vCAC specific post. Well if you haven’t seen or heard this a huge milestone for both our EUC …

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Ideal CentOS minimal template for Automation

Ever try to build a CentOS image for use with automation or just simply use for templates in general with VMware? I can tell you from experience it can be very frustrating to have a great VM that you thought would work for cloning but when you actually test it nothing seems to work. With …

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vCAC Enterprise (formerly Application Director), automated agent installation for Windows

As with all things I find that keeping this small and focused will make it much easier to consume and potentially grow. One of the many valuable feature I find with vCAC and vCO is how much one workflow can build out from another and grow into this beautiful and very functional system as demand …

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How bout we let users set their default admin or root password?

As many of you may know one of the features that was available in vCD was the ability to have a unique password when the consumers requested the vApps. Obviously this was great for security but wasn’t always loved by the users. Enter vCAC which gives you some more flexibility and can be augmented so …

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Utilizing the vCAC workflow template

*Warning before we begin, in this post I am making the assumption that you are not using vCD as an endpoint. If you are then I recommend skipping this tutorial all together. Today we’re going to focus on the included vCAC Plugin in vCO, and more specifically how we can start to take the default …

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