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Tag Archives: Automation
In this series of posts I’ll demonstrate how to leverage VMware vRealize Orchestrator (formerly VMware vCenter Orchestrator) to automate management of vShield Manager using Dynamic Types. Dynamic Types allow to create actual objects with methods and arguments from API calls to the services. By leveraging these objects, it’s easier to create workflows and work with […]
Advanced vRA REST API application including parsing request results and sending commands to the newly created VM
The problem I was given the repetitive task to make an archive and install the content on a machine every 3 weeks. This archive contained sql files and shell scripts. A shell script would install the product and create a database. The procedure was entirely manual and repetitive. I decided steps by steps to automate […]
Today we’re going to examine a build system I’ve been using, which I’ve dubbed “SNBuild”. Using it can help you accomplish the following: Source Control Update Set Backup Code Quality Examination Automatic Documentation Sound too good to be true? Well let’s take a look at this: it’s fairly simple.
EDIT: Ok so If you WANT to do this this way that’s totally cool but I would absolutely suggest checking out this better post I recently wrote here. This week I have been testing some new tools in our environment that are really going to be pivotal to our local development workflow as well as […]
When you’ve created more than one OpenStack user via the CLI or Horizon dashboard it gets old really quick. It’s a good idea to automate it or use a tool to do the job for you.