Our latest VMware vRealize Automation 7 book chapter – “Introducing Blueprints”

Our latest VMware vRealize Automation 7 book chapter – “Introducing Blueprints” Chapter 8 – VMware vRealize Automation: this chapter covers ‘Blueprints’ within vRealize Automation 7: After having shown how to initially configure vRealize Automation, it is now time to deal with blueprints. Blueprints represent the most important entity within vRealize Automation – they define how to provision and manage the...

VMware vRealize Automation 7 – “Tenant implementation” click here to read Chapter 7 of our book for free

VMware vRealize Automation 7 – “Tenant implementation” click here to read Chapter 7 of our book for free Chapter 7 – VMware vRealize Automation: this chapter covers the Tenant implementation within vRealize Automation 7: After having discussed the basic building blocks that form a vRealize Automation environment, we now want to shift the focus towards the implementation of the Tenants. In this chapter, you will learn: Creation...

Chapter 6 of the online edition of our vRealize Automation 7 book is now available for free – Designing and Configuring an Enterprise Cloud Solution

Chapter 6 of the online edition of our vRealize Automation 7 book is now available for free – Designing and Configuring an Enterprise Cloud Solution Chapter 6 – VMware vRealize Automation: this chapter covers the Design and Configuration of an Enterprise Cloud Solution with vRealize Automation 7: We have already discussed the architecture of a vRealize Automation environment in chapter two. Many topics, including the physical, conceptual and logical design have been covered. These...

Runde 13 – OpenStack „Mitaka“

Runde 13 – OpenStack „Mitaka“ Die OpenStack-Entwickler haben unter dem Code-Namen „Mitaka“ die dreizehnte Version Ihres auf Linux basierenden Private-Cloud-Management-Frameworks veröffentlicht, die in erster Linie eine einfachere Bedienung und besserer Skalierbarkeit verspricht. OpenStack ist nach nunmehr 6 Jahre am Markt. OpenStack-Entwickler und Community stufen den Kern des „Linux für die Cloud“ daher als stabil...