Are you looking for a quick and easy way to deploy a small vFabric environment for your Java apps in just a few clicks – without the need to troubleshoot?
Tier 3, a VMware vCloud-powered service provider, has announced access to its Starter Kit Blueprint for VMware vFabric, which comes with four virtual machine instances and advanced vFabric application services. Each of the servers is configured with four gigabytes of memory and two virtual CPUs (vCPUs) by default, but users can change the configuration easily in the Tier 3 Control Portal after deployment.
Tier 3’s vFabric Starter Kit comes with:
Deployment is very easy and can be done in four easy steps:
- Logon to the Tier 3 Control Portal and go to Blueprints > Search for “vFabric Starter Kit”
- Click on the vFabric Starter Kit Blueprint and on the next screen click Deploy Blueprint.
- Next you will want to customize your blueprint by specifying a server password, name of network to place the servers on, and primary and secondary DNS.
- Last step is to deploy the customized vFabric Starter Kit blueprint by clicking on the Deploy Blueprint button at the bottom of the screen.
For a full overview of an install with vFabric Starter Blueprint, watch a video demo taking you from deployment to configuration with Tier 3 product manager Shantu Roy.
Getting started is simple. Go to Tier 3 and activate your account, which will give you access to this Blueprint.