Manage AWS cloudformation stacks in vRealize Automation with the help of Dynamic Types (Part 3)

Manage AWS cloudformation stacks in vRealize Automation with the help of Dynamic Types (Part 3) Step 3, Dynamic Types This time we want to create the Dynamic Types as an abstraction layer for the real CloudFormation stacks. In the last blog entry, we defined the way how to communicate with AWS and in this article we will build the appropriate workflows in Orchestrator. First,...

Manage AWS CloudFormation stacks in vRealize Automation with the help of Dynamic Types (Part 1)

Manage AWS CloudFormation stacks in vRealize Automation with the help of Dynamic Types (Part 1) Orchestrator already provides a feature called Dynamic Types in order to build your own custom Orchestrator data types since long, but most people don’t really use them, because it needs some time to fully understand and work with them. In conjunction with vRealize Automation, Dynamic Types can be used...

Manage AWS CloudFormation stacks in vRealize Automation with the help of Dynamic Types (Part 2)

Manage AWS CloudFormation stacks in vRealize Automation with the help of Dynamic Types (Part 2) Step 2, AWS CLI and CloudFormation Welcome back to our little project. Last time, we have outlined the concept for triggering CloudFormation templates from the vRealize Automation service catalog and today we want to talk about the AWS command line interface and how to manage CloudFormation stacks with it....

Our latest VMware vRealize Automation 7 book chapter – „Integrating NSX“

Our latest VMware vRealize Automation 7 book chapter – „Integrating NSX“ VMware vRealize Automation Handbook Chapter 13 – VMware vRealize Automation: this chapter covers ‚Integrating NSX‘ within vRealize Automation 7: After having described what NSX is useful for and having outlined the benefits of an integration of NSX into vRealize Automation, it is now time to focus on the practical...