Automate ALL The Things #vBrownBag Follow Up – vCO Getting Started with Joerg Lew (@joerglew)

VMware’s Joeg Lew (@joerglew) presents an overview of the features and functionality of vCO 5.5 and a live demo of the install, configuration and the drag and drop workflow builder.  A very special and big thank you to Joerg who was doing this presentation at 3AM local time! Video #vBrownBag Automate ALL the things –[…]

VMUG Follow-Up: DC & Chicago (Automate the Planet!)

First, thank you to the VMUG organization and the respective VMUGs for making this happen. I hope the content was good and useful to y’all. Please drop a line if you have questions, need to know more, or need help getting started. Below are the slides and links from the session: Links: vCO Links http://vbrownbag.comm/vcenter-orchestrator/[…]

After vCenter 5.0 U1 Upgrade, vCO Client Issues

For better or worse, I run my vCO Client from the vCenter Server in my lab, up till today, that wasn’t an issue either. That is, after upgrading to vCenter 5.0 U1 I was presented with: “You may not have the appropriate permissions.” – What? Ok… let’s browse to the directory: Even after clicking “Continue”[…]

Link Dump – 3/12/12

I’ve again hit the point where Chrome was eating up too much memory. Thusly, here’s what is currently in my open tabs: PCoIP, Win 8, iPad – Resource Pool Shares & vCD – vBenchmark – Building Block Scaling – Use vCO to manage View – vCenter 5 API for Guest[…]