Category Archive: Automated Build

May 23

Change in IT is Inevitable, Part 3

Hopefully you can now appreciate why Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and other cloud vendors are doing so well.  They have developed services that are quick and easy to consume. Customers don’t have to wait on IT approvals, procurement of hardware or any other IT processes that slow down requests for resources.  …

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May 18

vRealize Automation 7 – Event Broker subscription installation workflows

Alright I’ll admit it, I’m totally a guy who got into automation because I am lazy! Ask my wife, ask my colleagues, I find the easiest way to do everything I can and if I don’t see direct value then I’m probably not participating. Just ask my friends at dailyhypervisor how frustrating I can be if …

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May 16

Change in IT is Inevitable, Part 2

In the second part of our series (review the part 1 here)we will discuss the development process.  This is not an all encompassing development education series, just a high level overview.  If you remember from part one the business had a need to update their application.  If we walk thru these processes, we find that …

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Aug 26

Motorcloud returns to VMworld

That’s right Motorcloud 2.0 is going to be on display this year with Jay Marshall (now with google) and myself presenting some great devops strategies for your private, hybrid, and public cloud consumption. We will highlight using the automation tools to enable “Mode 1” test and dev on both vSphere and vCloud Air. Then we …

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May 18

VMworld 2015 Public Voting

Early last week public voting opened up for VMworld Sessions and I would appreciate your support for the sessions I submitted. These sessions will be engaging and exciting and most importantly WILL include live demonstrations!

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Mar 31

Getting more out of vRA

Well I’m sure you’ve been waiting and now it’s finally here a full deployment walkthrough of vRA 6.2.1 on April 8th. You will also notice that every two weeks we will be building on top of this initial session. Take a look below and register, can’t wait to see you there!

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Nov 07

Enabling the developer self service with Jenkins and the Cloudclient

What is it that our developers are truly asking for from their IT? The DevOps monicker is getting more and more flooded by companies coining their “tools” around it. Ask any one person what they believe DevOps means and you will likely get a multitude of answers… Well the one thing that I continue to hear …

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