See and Hear What Customers Say about vRealize

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Of course we have that warm and fuzzy feeling about our products. But there is nothing more insightful and fulfilling than customers themselves sharing their opinions… And even better, when their words are recorded by an independent third party at the most recent VMworld user conference. IT Central Station, the leading product review site for Read more...

Cloud Automation Services – Enhanced Machine List View

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We’ve highlighted several usability enhancements across the Cloud Automation Services (CAS) platform since it went generally available late last year. While CAS continues to be a feature rich platform, sometimes the most impactful things we can do are small tweaks to the UI/UX. In the case of this months feature additions, we’ve improved the way Read more...

Yes, We Use It Ourselves!! (VMware Code Stream)

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  VMware is a massive development shop!! I mean we have a TON of developers always cranking out new features and capabilities for our solutions. So, it is safe to say that we run into all of the same challenges that other companies that are developing applications run in to. In this post I am Read more...

Kubernetes Across VMware Cloud Automation Services

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  In this post I am going to cover all the areas within Cloud Automation Services that can help deploy and manage upstream Kubernetes environments as well as deployments of applications to Kubernetes environments.   VMware Cloud Assembly:   PKS Integration: The first area within VMware Cloud Assembly that has integration to Kubernetes is the Read more...

Use Cloud Assembly Blueprint to deploy Ansible Control Machine

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In this blog post I will be demonstrating how to create a Cloud Agnostic Blueprint in VMware Cloud Assembly to deploy an Ansible Control Machine to any cloud. The target cloud can be specified as an input during deployment VMware Cloud Assembly Service Overview VMware Cloud Assembly orchestrates and expedites infrastructure and application delivery in Read more...

Cloud Assembly Micro Feature – Code View

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One of the major benefits of VMware Cloud Automation Services is that it’s hosted in SaaS. As we create enhancements for the platform, we can quickly get those features in front of you much faster. Some of those features are larger capabilities that are added to the product, however, there are many “smaller” features that get Read more...

Ansible Integration Comes to Cloud Assembly!

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It’s not enough for platforms delver infrastructure anymore. Applications are first class citizens in Clouds, and customers have an expectation that automation delivers these applications in a configured state. The term behind this is frequently referred to as “Confguration Management”. Configuration Management can trigger many things – sometimes it might be compliance configurations on an Read more...

New Cloud Assembly Objects – Amazon DB and Amazon API Gateway

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Infrastructure teams continue to move beyond Virtual Machines in favor of Cloud Native constructs. It’s hard to find a company that isn’t using Amazon S3 or Azure Blob storage for something today! One of the guiding concepts of Cloud Automation Services was being aware of how these Cloud Native Services are consumed within the platform. This Read more...
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Network Automation with Cloud Assembly and NSX – part 2

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In the first post, I covered how to add Cloud Accounts and view discovered compute and network resources in Cloud Assembly.  If you missed the first post or need a refresher, click here – part 1 – to check it out.  Each of the posts in this series assumes you have access to Cloud Assembly with the Read more...

Introducing Enterprise PKS Integration in Cloud Assembly

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Kubernetes is taking the world by storm, and Enterprise PKS is leading the charge! Enterprise PKS embraces multi-cloud, so it only makes sense that VMware’s Cloud Automation Services would support this platform! Beyond Enterprise PKS, Cloud Assembly also supports on-bonarding any external based Kubernetes instance, allowing you to bring your public and private cloud Kubernetes clusters Read more...