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What’s new in VMware vRealize Automation 8.10.0

VMware has released VMware vRealize Automation 8.10 as of October 2022. With this release, VMware has provided several enhancements and new Features. New Features Supported for Catalog Items, Custom Resources and Resource Actions. Learn more about user input requests. Resolved Issues Note: If an error occurs again after the upgrade, log into the vRO Web … Continue reading What’s new in VMware vRealize Automation 8.10.0

vRealize Automation 8 Code Stream- Add Code Stream pipelines to the Service Broker catalog

As a service administrator, you can make Code Stream pipelines available in the Service Broker catalog by adding a Code Stream content source and sharing the pipelines. The pipelines are the continuous integration and delivery model of your software release process. Prerequisites: Verify that the pipelines that you are importing are enabled and released in Code Stream before you import it. … Continue reading vRealize Automation 8 Code Stream- Add Code Stream pipelines to the Service Broker catalog

vRealize Automation 8 Code Stream- Integrate Jenkins as Endpoint and create CI/CD Job

I got a use case to run Jenkins jobs through vRA code stream and publish it as a cataloge item. In this post I’ll discuss about Code Stream and how to integrate Jenkins as a Endpoint in Code Stream and create a Pipeline. Code Stream provides a Jenkins plug-in, which triggers Jenkins jobs that build and … Continue reading vRealize Automation 8 Code Stream- Integrate Jenkins as Endpoint and create CI/CD Job

What’s New in vRealize Automation 8.6

Today I will discuss about the new capability and enhancement of vRealize Automation 8.6. The new vRealize Automation 8.6 platform is design to self-service clouds, multi-cloud automation with governance and DevOps based management and enhance security, IT agility, productivity and efficiency so that you plan and prepare your business for the future. The many benefits … Continue reading What’s New in vRealize Automation 8.6

PowerShell for Action Based Extensibility (ABX) in vRealize Automation 8

In addition to Python and NodeJS, vRealize Automation 8 also supports PowerShell as a scripting language for writing Action Based Extensibility (ABX). This will allow administrators who have already knowledge of PowerShell as a scripting language to use their skills to quickly develop automation for the lifecycle of their Deployments. Here, in this post I … Continue reading PowerShell for Action Based Extensibility (ABX) in vRealize Automation 8

vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager Migration from 2.x to 8.0.1

I got an opportunity to migrate my vRLCM 2.x to vRLCM 8.0.1, I enjoyed doing this in the lab and thought to capture the procedure. The migration requires few inputs, such as legacy vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager hostname, username, password, and SSH password. There are few prerequisites as well. Prerequisites: Verify that you have vRealize … Continue reading vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager Migration from 2.x to 8.0.1

Create Approval, Day-2 Actions and Lease policies in vRA 8.2

Providing a self-service catalog can be a great way to allow users in an organization to quickly get applications and services they need. However, when a catalog is presented to an organization it is important that there are some guardrails and governance around those requests from the catalog. Policies such as “Lease Times” help by … Continue reading Create Approval, Day-2 Actions and Lease policies in vRA 8.2

How to move vRealize Automation 7.x IaaS SQL database to new server

Recently I came across a situation where I have to move my IaaS SQL database connection to a new server. In this post we will see the steps to change the SQL database connection in vRealize Automation. So, let’s get start. I have my existing SQL database server hosted on prem-vra-db01, now I have built … Continue reading How to move vRealize Automation 7.x IaaS SQL database to new server

vRealize Automation 8.x-Blueprint Development and Deployment

Today I am going to demonstrate the process to create and deploy blueprint in vRA 8.x. There are multiple steps to follow before your blueprint is ready to consume. vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly is a blueprint development and deployment service. Below are the steps we are going to perform to build our first blueprint and … Continue reading vRealize Automation 8.x-Blueprint Development and Deployment

Configure vRealize Orchestrator Client roles in vRealize Automation 8.x

  In this post we will discuss about vRealize Orchestrator service roles, what features of the embedded vRealize Orchestrator Client users can access. There are two types of service Roles. Administrator: Can access all vRealize Orchestrator Client features and content, including the content created by specific groups. Responsible for setting user roles, creating and deleting … Continue reading Configure vRealize Orchestrator Client roles in vRealize Automation 8.x

Configure GitLab integration in vRealize Automation 8.1 and Sync vRA Blueprint

vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly supports integration with GitLab and GitHub repositories so that you can manage blueprints and action scripts under source control. In the post I’ll demonstrate steps to integrate GitLab and sync vRA Blueprints. Let’s get started.. We must have an appropriate local Git repository configured with access to set up Git integration … Continue reading Configure GitLab integration in vRealize Automation 8.1 and Sync vRA Blueprint

vRealize Automation 8.1 – vRO for Multi Tenancy

The vRealize Orchestrator concept for vRA 8.1 has been changed completely. The default tenant will have the embedded vRO integrated OOTB and the embedded vRO does not create new tenants means any additional tenants will not have any pre-registered vRO integration. As you can see below master tenant has embedded-vRO but our tenant, Tenant1 has … Continue reading vRealize Automation 8.1 – vRO for Multi Tenancy

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