Introduction to Automation via vCenter Orchestrator – Yes you can!

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Automation is something that was started in the industrial revolution. It introduces processes to automate repeating tasks so that quality is maintained or even better (by designing, testing and debugging the process), and minimal or nil human intervention is needed. If you can repeat it, automate it. Well not all, don’t repeat failures, issues … Continue reading »Introduction to Automation via vCenter Orchestrator – Yes you can!

VMware launches Horizon 6 – a change was needed….and so it happened

Reading Time: 4 minutes Maybe a little late as the announcement was a couple of days ago, but I wanted to write about the VMware Horizon 6 launch as I think some of the news is a real changer on the part of VMware. VMware Horizon with the 6 version goes from a VDI perspective to a VDI and … Continue reading »VMware launches Horizon 6 – a change was needed….and so it happened

vSphere Auto deploy TFTP on Citrix PVS

Reading Time: 5 minutes I occasionally do a deployment of Citrix on vSphere. When using Citrix a returning component is Provisioning Services (PVS) for automated deployment of Citrix session servers or VD images. When using a management cluster (to prioritize and separate control layer or infrastructure components) an option is to use auto deploy for the session images hypervisor … Continue reading »vSphere Auto deploy TFTP on Citrix PVS