Remember way back in vCAC 5.2 days ; – ) how you could configure an approval at threshold for CPU’s, Memory, Storage and Lease days? Now let’s look at vCAC 6 In vCAC 6 the Approvals have been completely redesigned and revamped. This is because vCAC is not just about Continue reading How to configure “Approval at” in vCAC 6
Merry Christmas! Santa Arrived early this year with the greatest gift of all! vCAC 6.0 is a game-changing release that enables IT to deliver infrastructure, applications, desktops and virtually any kind of IT service in a simple yet highly configurable and rich self-service experience. It is also a significant step Continue reading vCAC 6 is here!!
Updated 9/3/2015 – This is the old way using the Design Center. See here for the new way using vRO extension. https://www.vmtocloud.com/vravcac-chef-client-extension/ One of the things I love about vCAC is it’s ability to integrate with just about anything right out of the box. Add vCO to the mix and Continue reading Self Service Application Deployment with vCAC, vCO and Chef!
Updated 12/12/14 For even more integrations check out vCOTeams list here Compute Cisco = UCS vCO plug-in beta Storage Network Appliance = vCO Configuration How To and On Command Workflow Automation Package and Powershell toolkit EMC Viper = vCO Plugin and Workflows IT Service Management Servicenow = vCO Plugin and Continue reading vCAC Extensibility Quick Reference Guide
Install and configure vCenter Log Insight per the instructions below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5y9o9WCx0A Windows does not natively send syslogs so you will need an agent to send the syslogs Download the syslog agent from the following http://www.syslogserver.com/download.html Browse to the folder you downloaded and unpacked the Datagram Syslog files to Run the Continue reading Monitor vCAC with vCenter Log Insight
This example is assuming that vCAC is configured to provision Linux instances to an Amazon availability zone with a VPC configured with public and private subnets and that the Security group is configured to allow SSH traffic. For information on connecting to a private address refer to the following blog Continue reading How to SSH to Public DNS name of AWS instances in vCAC
Note: Connecting to AWS instances via SSH may require modifications to your organizations firewall or you may need to use a proxy server. This lesson is assuming you have direct access to the internet and to Amazon Web Services via the Putty SSH console. This lesson uses Putty.exe and Puttygen.exe. Continue reading How to SSH to Private DNS name of AWS instances in vCAC