1. Change is Good

    Life belongs to the living, and he who lives must be prepared for changes. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  2. Export vRealize Automation 7 Blueprints

    Now that people are starting to build out vRealize Automation 7 in some environments, we find that we need to use some of the new features, or at least, we want to use the new features. One of the new features was the ability to export blueprints from vRA. This feature is not one that you will find in the vRA UI, oddly enough. (Ooooh…sounds like another potential blog post and project) VMware has given us a tool to use called vRealize CloudClient. vRealize CloudClient is a command-line tool that allows you to interface with the vRealize Automation API. …


  3. New Look...Fresh Feel

    I am not quite sure why but I decided to change the look of my site again. I know that I was not on the old design for long but I just felt it was lacking. I have moved to what I feel is a better design with a very similar feel. The feel and flow of the previous site was nice so I kept most of that in this new design. I will be continuing to add functionality to the site and will add the search back soon. I hope everyone understands and I hope you enjoy this “easier on the eyes” design! …


  4. VMware vCenter Server Appliance v6 Services

    So I have been asked by a few people, …


  5. VMware Client Integration Plugin (CIP) v6.0 Issue on Mac OS X

    So for a little while I have noticed that I could not get the VMware Client Integration Plugin to work for v6.0. I had tried on multiple Mac machines that I have to isolate the issue. I was never able to really resolve the issue…until today. I decided to do some digging around on the CLI on my Mac to see if I could get any debug information. …