vCAC 5.2 Blueprint does not dynamically update back-end template changes

VMware vCAC is a wonderful product that enables you to manage and deploy VM’s across multiple vendor platform and also takes Cloud to a different level. But sometimes there are these little things they forget to fix when they put the product out in the market. Especially the vCAC 5.1(Previously know as DynamicOps) which was released in a hurry after the acquisition of the same from DynamicOps. But most of those bugs/issues were fixed in the next release which came

The vmx-10 Paradox

    Since the introduction of vmx-10 there has been a lot of debate on whether to use it or not. The  main shortcoming is that one cannot edit the settings of a Virtual Machine that is running on VM hardware version 10 (vmx-10) using the vSphere client. It can only be done using the web client, so if you are running just an ESXi server and you have a VM with vmx-10, you are in trouble.   Also, I

PaaS with vCloud – Part 5 : Registering vCloud Application Director to vCloud Automation Center

In this blog post we’ll see how to register vCloud Application Director to vCloud Automation Center. In our previous blog post we saw how to do the basic configuration of Application Director after doing the initial power on. When you register vCloud Application Director, you use the CLI to establish a connection between the vCloud Application Director environment and the vCloud Automation Center server so that you can access the vCloud Automation Center service catalog. When the connection between vCloud Application Director and vCloud Automation Center

PaaS with vCloud – Part 4 : Install and Configure vCloud Application Director 6.0

In this blog post we’ll see the basic configuration of Application Director after doing the initial power on. Before we start with the post i would like to make two announcements : I welcome Veeam Software to http://vpirate.in as a new sponsor. Download their Veeam Backup free edition today and get a feel of the best Backup tool in the market @ http://lnkd.in/bXXmamc I also would like to welcome Infinio Systems to http://vpirate.in as a new sponsor. Check out their “Right sizing your storage investment” webinar @ http://lnkd.in/bPNXgF9 In