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SDDC Meets CMBU – Makes Great Cava

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Engineers are expensive, and we need to maximize their value.   It takes hours when engineers need to stand up an instance of vRealize Automation for bug reproduction, testing, or development work. Those are hours that they can’t spend writing new features, testing features, and developing whitepapers or resolving customer issues. The list of valuable Read more...

vRealize Automation Can Manage IBM PowerVC

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vRealize Automation simplifies the management of cloud workloads deployed for Amazon AWS, virtual workloads for KVM, vSphere and Hyper-v, yet this is nothing new!  This gives vRealize Automation broad reach to manage workloads for heterogeneous clouds.  Until now IBM’s Power Systems PowerVM hypervisor part of this space has been unmanageable by vRealize Automation.  vRealize Automation can Read more...

How vRealize Automation Can Provision VMs From an OVF

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Provisioning a VM from an OVF is easy with vRealize Automation Since the Project Cava team started writing about how they use vRealize Automation to serve the needs of the VMware teams that work on vRealize Automation, its been clear that customers want to know how we manage to keep a small catalog by deploying Read more...

Project Cava, Dogfooding the vRealize Suite

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Caution Dogfooding in Progress! For the past eternity it seems, what would become the vRealize Automation team has been dogfooding their own product.  This allows them to deploy Virtual Machines for a variety of purposes.  Until vRealize Automation 7 brought the Converged Blueprint and Software Provisioning, we didn’t have a good way to model an Read more...