Why? Because I said so. Perhaps that is a bit too direct. However, if you are like me, you often find yourself with more to do than time to do it in. Or, like my other side, you’re professionally lazy. If you’re the latter, don’t worry, I wont tell anyone. If you are either, vCO can help. Help save time, both in automating some of your more common tasks as well as cut down troubleshooting time due to errors.
What I’ve gathered here, are a collection of links & resources for vCO:
- VMware Official Site – http://www.vmware.com/products/vcenter-orchestrator/overview.html
- VMware vCO Community – http://www.vmware.com/products/vcenter-orchestrator/community.html
- vCO Docs – http://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/orchestrator_pubs.html
- vCO Team (Burke Azbill & others) – http://www.vcoteam.info/
- VMware Admins – http://vmwareadmins.com/
- Mighty Virtualization – http://mighty-virtualization.blogspot.com/
- VMware Scripting – http://www.vmwarescripting.com/index.php?board=24.0
- vCO Portal – http://www.vcoportal.de/
- BrownBag – http://vbrownbag.comm/2011/01/vcap-dca-brownbag-section-8-orchestrator-follow-up/
- Onyx in vCO – http://communities.vmware.com/thread/291125
- VIX in vCO – http://labs.vmware.com/flings/vix-vco
There is plenty of reading there, and not so much in the way of guides. However, it should be enough to get you started, or at the minimum interested in finding out more. If you have links of your own that I didn’t cover, drop them into the comments.
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