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Nutanix Cluster status reporting via vRealize Automation

This is the third video i have put together to show the vRealize Automation (vRA) formerly vCloud Automation Center (vCAC), vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) formerly vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) and Nutanix REST API integrations. 81 more words

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What’s New in vRealize Automation 6.2

Today at VMworld Europe, VMware are going to announce vRealize Automation 6.2 which is the renamed vCloud Automation Center solution but obviously the next version which is due to be available in Q4 this year. 289 more words

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What’s New In vCloud Automation Center 6.1

Not long after VMworld Europe vCAC 6.1 was released. For the past year I have been very fortunate to have been on some very large vCAC projects as an extension of VMware PSO and have seen the product change dramatically. 183 more words

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vCloud Director and vCloud Automation Center (vCAC)

There has been many discussions about the future of vCloud Director and if VMware intends to deprecate it. There is not much information from VMware about its vision but recently there is a great emphasis on vCloud Automation Center for cloud management that is now embedded in… 191 more words

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vCAC (aka vRealize Automation) Overview

vCAC Overview

To accompany the vCAC Overview given to my customer the other day, this link above is the PDF file of that presentation.

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vRealize Automation 6.1 REST API

With vRealize Automation (vCAC) 6.1 you can call REST API’s to request services.

Why is this a big deal?

With a REST API you can easily introduce vRealize Automation into a continuous delivery pipeline with your favorite continuous integration tool, like Jenkins.   1,688 more words

Shell-Shock - Bash Code Injection Vulnerability via Specially Crafted Environment Variables (CVE-2014-6271, CVE-2014-7169)

UPDATED : Video version of this blog…..found here… http://youtu.be/RDcIIyYK044

 

So this Shell-Shock stuff is hitting the press quite a bit!

Fncy finding out really quickly if your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 systems are patched correctly? 430 more words