OK! Finally the end of this series! Honestly without the existence of the following resources there is no chance in hell that I would have been able to even develop a simple workflow, let along start scripting and what not. I...Read More
Category: My First vCO workflow
Thus far in this series of posts we have installed and configured vCenter Orchestrator as well as setup and utilized a couple of plugins; the vCenter plug-in and the PowerShell plug-in. Before the series ends I wanted to go...Read More
Alright! So far throughout this series of posts we have installed, configured and setup vCenter Orchestrator; as well as created and tested the integration between both vCO and the vSphere Web Client. So what’s next in...Read More
Ok we are finally getting somewhere now with this series! So far we have downloaded, installed, and configured our vCO appliance. As well, we have registered our vCO instance with both vCenter and our SSO instance. This post...Read More
Welcome to the second part of My first vCenter Orchestrator Workflow series. Now before we can really get into the functionality of vCenter Orchestrator we obviously need to go through the task of getting vCO installed and...Read More
vCenter Orchestrator in it’s basics is a workflow development tool that can be used to schedule and automate multiple tasks in your environment. A tool that can be used to create and execute workflows not only on your...Read More
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