Learning vRealize Automation 7.2, video course authored by Matthias Eisner & Yves Sandfort takes a step-by-step approach and is explained in an easy-to-follow style. Each topic is explained sequentially through planning, preparing, installing, configuring, and validating of all vRealize Automation’s components.
This video is for anyone who wants to start their journey with vRealize Automation. Regardless of whether or not you have used vRealize Automation before, the steps provided in each chapter will get you started with the product.
This video starts off with a basic overview of the vRealize Automation architecture including the connection with endpoints such as vSphere or other hypervisors. You will also get a walk through the basic installation of the appliance and the windows components to ensure you have a simple environment.
Moving on,the basic setup of tenants within vRealize Automation including the basic creation of endpoints, resource discovery, fabric/business groups and reservations. You will then discover how to create basic blueprints within vRealize Automation and get to know some very basic customization approaches to add blueprints to a catalog. You'll also create a basic self-service portal. Finally, you will get a quick overview of basic vRealize Automation extensibility with Custom Properties and vRealize Orchestrator, which will enable you to deal with some basic extensibility operations.
What You Will Learn:
- Understand the basic building blocks of vRealize Automation before embarking on the journey of installation
- Get a quick overview of the identity management components of vRealize Automation with the configuration with Microsoft Active Directory
- Carry out a functional validation of the first phase of installation before completing the installation
- Create, configure, and deploy tenants, endpoints, blueprints, and the service catalogLearn to configure the NSX loadbalancer for vRealize Orchestrator for high availability
Matthias Eisner has dealt with company networks for 10+ years, andNSX is a perfect fit for the toolbox, helping customers on their journey to building a fully-automated on-premisecloud solution. More than two years ago, hewas elected into the initial VCI team teaching NSXat the outset, together with hiscounterpart Yves Sandfort.
Furthermore, he was one of three initial Instructors who taughtNSX Design. This allowed himto support big customers in creating designs for NSX and supporting them during their migration into the Software-defined Networking world to build a solid basic infrastructure supporting the journey into the SDDC.
As a VMware Certified Instructor with a network background of 20+ years, Yves Sandfort was on the initial team that taughtNSX in EMEA with his counterpart Matthias Eisner. Theyran some of the very early customer classes and alsohelped to implement some of the first proof of concepts and later on production environments in EMEA.
In his second role as a VCDX for cloud and management,it’s one of his toolkits when he designs cloud architectures for private, hybrid, or public cloud environments to build a modern SDDC implementation.