Installer Build Number
|vRealize Automation 8.0.1 HF1||2020-01-24||15464201||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 8.0.1||2019-12-19||15294185||15336196|
|vRealize Automation 8.0||2019-10-17||14842736||14878991|
|vRealize Automation 7.6 HF2||2019-11-14||14907768.14305635||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.6||2019-04-11||13027280||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.5 HF9||N/A||15148823.14395050.14176748||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.5 HF8||N/A||14194237.14176716.14176748||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.5 HF7||N/A||13806180.13036621||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.5 HF6||N/A||12322714.13452153||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.5 HF5||N/A||12322714.12933355||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.5||2018-09-20||10053539||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.4 HF13||N/A||14454487.12266397||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.4 HF12||N/A||13731978.12266397||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.4 HF11||N/A||8182598.12266397||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.4||2018-04-12||8229492||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.3.1||2018-03-15||8004225||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.3||2017-05-16||5610496||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.2||2016-11-22||4660246||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.1||2016-08-23||4270058||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.0.1 - HotFix 1||2016-06-22||3864356||vRA 7.0.1-HotFix-1|
|vRealize Automation 7.0.1||2016-03-15||3622989||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 7.0||2015-12-17||3311738||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 6.2.5||2016-11-17||4619074||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 6.2.4||2016-03-15||3624994||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 6.2.3||2015-10-06||3093004||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 188.8.131.52||2015-06-09||2754336||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 184.108.40.206||2015-03-12||2553372||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 220.127.116.11||2014-12-09||2330392||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 18.104.22.168||2014-10-30||2216936||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 22.214.171.124||2014-09-09||2077124||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 126.96.36.199||2014-07-10||768531||1942139|
|vRealize Automation 188.8.131.52||2014-05-01||1768531||1748175|
|vRealize Automation 6.0.1||2014-02-13||1569764||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 6.0.0||2013-12-10||1445145||N/A|
|vRealize Automation 5.2.2||2014-06-12||5.2.5 Build 104||5.2.2|
|vRealize Automation 5.2 - HotFix-5||2014-01-13||184.108.40.2060||vCAC-5-2-HotFix5|
|vRealize Automation 5.2 - HotFix-4||2013-11-26||220.127.116.110||vCAC-5-2-HotFix4|
|vRealize Automation 5.2 - HotFix-3||2013-09-05||18.104.22.1682||vCAC-5-2-HotFix3|
|vRealize Automation 5.2 - HotFix-2||2013-07-26||22.214.171.1249||vCAC-5-2-HotFix2|
|vRealize Automation 5.2 - HotFix-1||2013-06-14||126.96.36.1993||vCAC-5-2-HotFix1|
|vRealize Automation 5.2 (GA)||2013-05-15||188.8.131.529||5.2 (GA)|
|vRealize Automation 5.1 - HotFix-2||2013-08-08||184.108.40.206||vCAC-5-1-HotFix2|
|vRealize Automation 5.1 - HotFix-1||2013-06-28||220.127.116.11||vCAC-5-1-HotFix1|
|vRealize Automation 5.1 (GA)||2012-11-28||18.104.22.168||5.1 (GA)|
In this blogpost you will learn how to create custom names using action script options in vRA 8.X to create custom names for VMs.
vRealize Automation 8, you mostly noticed that when you create the Virtual Machine it gets a standard machine name something likes Cloud_vSphere_Machine_1-mcm799-143460688242 but it will not help to meet customer standard VM naming. Our most customers has their own standard name convention. After this blog you will be able to create Custom Naming for VM to meet customer standard name convention.
Create a Action Based ExtensibilityOpen Cloud Assembly and navigate Extensibility > Actions > NEW ACTION. Enter a Name, Description and select the Project to contain the action
Click on Load Template
Select Rename VM and Click Load.
Left side in script pane, add [customProperties] in line 12 for the new_name inputs.
Right side properties tab, remove the all input variables and select On prem as FaaS Provider.
Now time to create new Blueprint and create Custom Properties as per your convenience . In my case I have created “newname”.
In my case I will filter based on the blueprintId to ensure that only my blueprint triggers the execution. Finally, I will assign my ABX Action and ensure it’s a blocking task so that the blueprint deployment will not continue until the action has executed.
Note- Before going to test , make sure that your Project should not be configured with a Custom Naming template.
Request for blueprint and Enter a custom VM name.
Now time to check in vcenter if we have correct vm Name . In my case I have given “ICDS-test01 “
Enabling tenancy creates a new Provider organization. The Provider Admin can create new tenants, add tenant admins, setup directory synchronization, and add users. Tenant admins can also control directory synchronization for their tenant and will grant users access to services within their tenant. Additionally, tenant admins will configure Policies, Governance, Cloud Zones, Profiles, access to content and provisioned resources; within their tenant. A single shared SDDC or separate SDDCs can be used among tenants depending on available resources. In addition to their other privileges, Provider Admins can also act as Tenant Admins.
Install and configure Workspace ONE Accessversion 3.3.2.
For single node deployments, the vRealize Automation FQDN points to the vRealize Automation appliance, and the Workspace ONE Access FQDN points to the Workspace ONE Access appliance.
vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly supports integration with GitLab and GitHub repositories so that you can manage blueprints and action scripts under source control.
You need a valid GitHub token to configure GitHub integration in vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly .
· You must have access to GitHub.
· Configure and store Blueprints to be integrated with GitHub correctly. Only valid blueprint are imported into GitHub.
First we need to Create a GitHub.com Personal Access Token below are the procedure to Create a GitHub.com Personal Access.
Generate a Personal Access Token
Go to https://github.com and log in, now you can see your profile image in the top right corner.
1- Click on that and select “Settings” to go to your public profile.
Select GitHub. Enter the required information on the GitHub configuration page.
The Server URL must remain as https://api.github.com and the Token field need to be filled with the Token which you have generated in GitHub.
Note that GitHub Enterprise is not supported in vRA 8.0.
What to do next
We must create and save your blueprints in a specific structure in order for them to be detected by GitHub.
The following guidelines must be observed for all blueprints used with Git integration.
Create one or more designated folders for the blueprints.
All blueprints must be stored within blueprint.yaml files.
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