All posts in category vCO

Automating F5 AFM Using vCO Dynamic Types and vCAC – Part 2

This post is a continuation of Automating F5 AFM Using vCO Dynamic Types and vCAC – Part 1. In this post I will cover how the F5 Dynamic Object types were created and how to leverage these objects with vCAC. Again a big thanks to Christophe Decanini and Marc Chisinevski for this example. vCO F5 […]

Automating F5 AFM Using vCO Dynamic Types and vCAC – Part 1

So recently I have been working with Automating F5 BIG-IP for PaaS using vCloud Automation Center and vCloud Application Director. I must admit it has been really interesting work as automating the industry leading load balancer with vCAC for PaaS deployment really shows how the SDDC can come together. So I thought I would post […]

Intergrating vCloud Application Director (Linux VM) with vCenter Orchastrator

So I have been using vCloud Application Director (or vCloud Automation Center Application Services) a fair bit recently which is VMware’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) life-cycle management add-on to vCloud Automation Center. Although it is a great product for orchestrating multi-tier application platform deployment, one feature that is currently lacking in my opinion is […]

Java Version 7 Update 51 and the vCO Client

You might have noticed that Oracle recently released Java Version 7 Update 51. Like most recent Java updates, this one is classified Critical and includes patches to close some 36 security vulnerabilities as well as some changes in functionality. As nearly all of these vulnerabilities are remotely exploitable, it’s highly recommended that you apply this update. […]