Browsing Category : vRealize Automation

Oracle Weblogic-as-a-Service for vRealize Automation

Purpose: Recently I got a request to build a Weblogic-as-a-Service in vRealize Automation for a customer. This post provides details of that custom built Out-of-the-Box Oracle Weblogic-as-a-Service in vRealize Automation. Requirement: The requirement is to deploy a Weblogic Cluster as a whole. Also, user should be able to choose any number of nodes in the cluster at runtime. For example,…

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How to manually edit vRealize Automation vPostgres database

Purpose: Did you ever have the need to manually edit the vRealize Automation vPostgres database? This post covers exactly that topic. It provides detailed steps on how you can access the database and modify it. So without further ado start reading the post. Introduction: There are times when we are forced to modify the inbuilt database of vRA server.  Whereas…

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OOTB Shared DB as a Service complete with Day 2 Operations

Purpose: The first part of the post dealt with “Out of the box Shared DB as a Service”. In addition to other points, where I explained about Shared DB as a Service using a vRO package. Limitation of that package is, it only creates the DB in real Database. Created databases do not appear in vRA items list. Also any Day 2…

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Out-of-the-box shared DB-as-a-Service in vRealize Automation

Purpose: This blog post provides details of shared DB-as-a-Service capability in vRealize Automation. This functionality provided by vRO workflows. A vRO package was created and is available here. Details of the required tools and configuration steps are also provided. Also, the repository details of the package given. Introduction: In last few months, I got many requests for shared DB-as-a-Service for…

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How to configure Auto-Scaling for Private Cloud

Purpose: Have you checked the auto-scaling feature provided in public cloud solutions like AWS and Azure and wished to get the same feature in your private cloud environment? Do you have an existing private cloud environment or building a new one and want to make it auto-scale enabled? This post covers this exact topic. It details what auto-scaling is and…

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vRA 7.2 – Auto-Scale , Application Authoring, Container, On-Demand LB

Purpose: Today I got to demo advance capabilities and various possibilities in & around vRA 7.2 (vRealize Automation) to an audience. This involved auto-scaling, on-demand load balancers, application authoring and containers. So, if you are a cloud admin or infra admin and wondering what features you can implement using vRA, then this post shows few of them. Introduction: If you…

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Demystifying vRealize Automation – Getting it Right!

Purpose: Recently I got a request to from my colleague Raminder Singh to deliver a session for customers on vRealize Automation (vRA). Though vRealize Automation is generally available for few years, still it seems there are challenges faced by customers. Specially if they are trying it out for the first time. This post aims at clearing the confusion and making…

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How to use API in vRO to build XaaS services in vRA

Purpose: The purpose of this post is to show how to build XaaS services in vRealize Automation (vRA) by using available API’s in vRealize Orchestrator (vRO). Target audience for this post is System Admins, Cloud Admins etc. who are not full fledged developers but has some experience in scripting and build Blueprints in vRA. Also in the process this post will clarify…

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Integrating NSX with vRealize Automation-Part II

Why this post? Dear Readers, this is the second and last part of the series on integrating NSX with vRealize Automation. Initially I thought of writing three separate blogs on this topic covering Integration, Consumption and Result. But then due to the size I decided to put a video and few screenshots. This reduced the size to a great extent…

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