vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) Happenings

While I’ve been head down in the final edits for the vCO book (Pre-Order here), a few things happened in the vCO community. vCO Happenings vCO Training! – Unattended vCO vApp deployment – (manual deployment here) Getting started with vCO –, a good getting started piece. vCO Training Videos – More[…]

Orchestrator – Install the vCO vApp

In case you missed the announcement, the barrier to entry for vCenter Orchestrator was just lowered significantly with VMware’s release of the vCO 4.2 vApp. Here, we’ll talk about installing it. Installing the vCO vApp Assumptions Basically, I’m assuming that you have an edition of vSphere that is licensed for vCenter and have downloaded both[…]

Using PowerCLI, Onyx and Orchestrator

Yes! You can! I’m not talking about using vCO to call PowerCLI scripts. As well, that’s been covered before. What I’m talking about is using PowerCLI against VMware Onyx to get vCO JavaScript (Jeorg Lew’s post on it here). First, get Onyx. I’ll wait… Have it? Excellent. Now fire it up & change the output[…]