All posts tagged vCAC

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 […]

vCAC – Adding VM’s to Specific AD OU’s

Continuing on from my last post on vCAC – Adding Domain Selection to IaaS Blueprints I thought I would post on a common request for adding virtual machines to specific Active Directory OU’s during the provisioning process. The Problem? Using a vCenter Customization allows a VM to join the domain, however how can we influence […]

vCAC – Adding Domain Selection to IaaS Blueprints

So I thought I would take a break from blogging about vCOps and go through some frequently asked questions for vCloud Automation Center  (vCAC). vCAC 6 is shaping up to be a great product and with the power of integrated vCO there is almost nothing 🙂 it can’t do. Before I start going into some […]