vRA 8.4+ catalog item issues

We've all hit our share of bugs, and normally I don't highlight them, but I've seen this one a number of times internally and now at a customer. Best to mention it, therefore, in hopes it saves some customers time debugging. My experience with the bug occurred when I upgraded my vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) Plug-in... Continue Reading →

PowerMax vRO Plug-in v1.1 – SRDF workflows

The next release of the vRO PowerMax plug-in is already here (officially the vRO Plug-in for PowerMax). If you missed the inaugural release, I wrote about it previously at this link. The primary feature of this release is SRDF support. Before getting into that, let's start with the "upgrade" process and do some other housekeeping... Continue Reading →

DTW 2019 – VMware presentation

This past week we had our Dell Technologies World 2019 event. I gave a presentation on VMware titled: In the next few weeks, all presentations will be posted on the DTW website, but I've converted mine into a PDF and made it available here early. DTW 2019 Past, Present, Future presentation I've also posted two... Continue Reading →

SPBM update for vRA – VVols

I wanted to let you know about an update to Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM) with vRealize Automation. If you are in this space, you may have read my post on how to use VMware's SPBM package with Virtual Volumes. At a high level the package allowed you to use vCenter configured storage policies when... Continue Reading →

VMware vRO Plug-in for Dell EMC PowerMax

Today we released the VMware vRealize Orchestrator Plug-in for Dell EMC PowerMax which is available here for download. For those readers of my blog, you may recall we already have a PowerMax/VMAX plugin for vRO which I wrote about here. This original plugin is only available on GitHub and is open-source, meaning there is no... Continue Reading →

VMAX Plugin for vRealize Orchestrator

Many of the developers I work with daily on the VMware integrations have been hard at work on a project for a few months now. I'm happy to report that after internal testing it's finally ready for public consumption - the VMAX Plugin for vRealize Orchestrator (vRO). The plugin delivers workflows, actions, and even the APIs to... Continue Reading →

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