This is a quick post covering an exciting update to the Workspace ONE Access Migration Tool. If you are interested in learning more about the tool, please check out these resources - Why was this Migration tool built? How can you use it? Download the Migration tool Access Migration Tool - Logo" Access Migration Tool - Logo As a quick recap, the fling allows easy migration of Apps (excluding virtual apps) from one WS1 Access tenant to another (both on-prem to SaaS as well as SaaS to SaaS) by preserving the user experience as much as possible while reducing the migration effort by automating these major tasks -
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In this post, I’ll be covering how you can automate the process of building a Windows 10 images on your Lab. As a part of my daily job working with Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management, I work with a lot of Modern Management use cases and this requires testing various use cases on various versions of Windows 10. To always start with a clean image, I use Packer to build and enroll the device for me into my lab UEM tenant thus speeding up the process and reducing the probability for errors.
For most folks that have been involved with SDDC for some time, this is going to be a lot of basic and obvious. As a quick disclaimer, I’ve to add that when i started down this path back in April, 2020(which was around the time vSphere 7.0 was released), I was (and still am) pretty new to the world of Home Lab and SDDC. As someone who has primarily worked on the application/software layer, I have been oblivious to the underlying infrastructure that made it all possible.
-- Info This post was originally published in Medium - pkblah.medium.com/integrating-vcenter-with-pagerduty Uptime and Reliability is more important now than ever during these times when Technology and Infrastructure is enabling us fight a global pandemic with work from home policies. It is no wonder that eyes lit up when you say PagerDuty and vCenter integration! I’m going to explore how you enable this integration to automatically trigger a PagerDuty incident the minute vCenter detects something bad happens to your infrastructure!
Info This post was originally published in Medium - pkblah.medium.com/serverless-function-templates You have probably have seen my other article that helps you get started writing your very first event-driven function using VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) for your vCenter infrastructure. I highlight the steps taken to write my first serverless function and provide templates to help you get started quickly! Writing your first Serverless Function — here
Info This post was originally published in Medium - pkblah.medium.com/writing-your-first-serverless-function A function is a unit of execution in the Serverless world that does one thing and one thing really well. With the current product VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) that i’m managing, we aim to provide a simple solution that provides a way to execute your functions driven by vCenter events. This is a significant capability that exposes a plethora of integrations and allows seamless automation opportunities for a VMware SDDC customer.