This post is part of a series in which I am sharing my experiences using PowerShell actions to customize virtual machine deployments using VMware vRealize Automation 8.4. vRA gives you the choice to create scripts based on the following programming languages: Node.js, Python and PowerShell. I chose PowerShell because it is not (yet) commonly used in vRA and therefore deserves some attention. This post covers the script responsible for adding custom notes for a virtual machine.
VMware vRealize Automation 8.4 – PowerShell Action Scripts: Custom Hostname
This post is a first in a series in which I am sharing my experiences using PowerShell actions to customize virtual machine deployments using VMware vRealize Automation 8.4. I chose PowerShell scripting because it is not (yet) commonly used in vRA and therefore deserves some attention. This post covers the script responsible for generating a custom hostname for a virtual machine.
VMware VCSA 7.0U2 Upgrade Issue: “Encountered an internal error”
Last week, I was working on an customer environment tasked to upgrade their VMware vSphere 6.7U3 environment to the latest version 7.0U2. As always with such upgrades, I started with upgrading the vCenter Server Appliance before upgrading any ESXi host. Unexpectedly, I received an unrecoverable error during Stage 2 of the VCSA upgrade with lots of details starting with “Encountered an internal error”. Read on to learn how I resolved this issue.
VMworld 2021 registration is open!
“Before you can build and evolve what comes next, you have to imagine it – even as the world seems to shift on its axis. VMworld can help make this world a reality. Find out how at this year’s event.” The annual VMworld event is coming up and registration is now open!
VMware vCenter Server 7.0 Update 2 Released
On March 9th, VMware released their latest version of vCenter Server: 7.0 Update 2 Build 17694817. This 7.0 U2 release comes with many new and updated features related to Lifecycle Management and Tanzu. In this post, I will not only provide details on all that is new in this release but also show you how I performed my own vCenter Server 7.0 U1 to 7.0 U2 update. It’s quite easy!