vRealize Automation 7.1, Operations 6.3, and CloudClient 4.2 released!
Ladies and gents just before VMworld and the activity level is at an all time high. Today we announced vRA 7.1, CloudClient 4.2, and vR Ops 6.3
No better time than the present to start playing with these great new technologies!
vR Ops here’s the release notes
vRA release notes
CloudClient release notes
As an additional note we have officially introduced the Sample Workflow packages to consuming the vRA payload properties. Download those here
BTW if you want to use vRA 7.1 you can quickly get up to speed with software provisioning with my post here
Pure technologist at heart, founder of Extendingclouds, and is considered to be a cloud expert in the IT field with over 15 years experience in Virtualization, Automation, and Cloud technologies. Gary Coburn started in the industry designing and implementing large scale enterprise server and desktop virtualization environments for a global manufacturing firm in West Michigan. Later went on to become a key pre-sales/post sales resource for a Regional SI. In Aug 2010 moved to VMware and have progressively moved from Michigan Enterprise SE, to Regional Specialist, and now a National Specialist
Gary has helped dozens of fortune 100 and 500 enterprises successfully adopt both private and public cloud strategies as part of their IT offerings. The result of which was large operational and capital savings for his customers. Gary continues to help large enterprise customers reach their hybrid cloud strategies at VMware. On Extendingclouds you will find exclusive content that will help you learn how to adopt a successful cloud strategy through the use of VMware Cloud Automation Center, Open Stack, and other industry recognized cloud solutions.
Hope you doing well.
I am testing the vRA 7.1 silent install and ran into alot of issues with the new prerequisite checker which are not working correctly. I tested this in both the installation wizard UI and the through the vra-ha-config.sh script.
Have you run into anything like this?
I’m sorry the silent installer is the next big tackle on my list of things to do but I haven’t gotten to it yet.