Introduction In my previous post, I presented you with a vRealize Orchestrator workflow to remove all snapshots older than X days/hours for a particular virtual machine (you can find and download it here). Today, I am going to use that workflow to create my custom resource action. But to make it a little more complicated, … Continue reading vRA 8.4+ Custom resource action: Remove virtual machine snapshots older than X days/hours for all VMs inside Deployment.
Introduction If you are familiar with the vRealize Orchestrator and vCenter plugin, you may know that a build-in workflow called: Remove old snapshots (Library->vCenter->Virtual Machine management->Snapshot) can be used to find and remove old snapshots. So, why do I need a new workflow? Because it is the first part of my plan to create vRealize … Continue reading vRO workflow: Remove virtual machine snapshots older than X days/hours.
Last time, someone asked me: what if I add a persistent disk to the virtual machine and remove it from deployment in the vRealize Automation portal. How can I attach it again? I was a little confused because I didn't know that it could be a problem. So, I checked it on my lab, and … Continue reading vRA 8.4.x – How to attach disconnected persistent volume to virtual machine using API
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article that shows how to integrate vROPS with Identity Manager and create catalog apps (here). So if we are logged into vRIDM, we can access our apps without adding a username and password a second time. But what if we have our computer in the domain, are logged … Continue reading Configure Kerberos authentication in vRealize Identity Manager 3.3.4
Introduction Sometimes we need to stop processing our workflows and wait for example to check a process in a guest every few seconds. But vRealize Orchestrator gives us two options. We can use Sleep task or use Waiting timer/Wait until the date that will suspend workflow and schedule resume when you want. But what are … Continue reading vRO workflow: sleep or pause and wait? What’s the difference, and when to use these options?