On May 12th, the annual VMUG Belgium conference will take place at the Lamot in Mechelen. As always, Erik Schils of VMUG Belgium, has created a very exciting agenda that includes leading speakers like Joe Baguley, Duncan Epping, Luc Dekens, Johan van Amersfoort and Valentin Bondzio. Just like last year I am also presenting at the VMUG.BE conference, this year I will be talking about vRealize Orchestrator: VMware’s orchestration engine. The format of this year’s session will be a little different: Join me on an exclusive vRO workshop at the Belgian VMUG meeting.
VMware vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) is VMware’s orchestration engine and very tight integrated with vRealize Automation (vRA). In this interactive session we will explore the vRO client interface and learn some vRO basics, such as parameters, attributes, schema design and workflow tokens. We will build a basic workflow and see how you can integrate vRO with vCenter Server. Viktor will also explain how vRO is integrated in vRA, and how vRO is used in combination with the vRA event broker.
Seats for this session are limited (we have only 20 seats available), and you have to register in advance.
We only have a few seats available, so don’t wait to long if you’re into vRealize Orchestrator and/or vRealize Automation.
I’ve just learned from Erik Schils of the Belgian VMUG that the vRO workshop is already fully booked. However you can put yourself on a waiting list. Seats for VMUG.BE conference are still available. Register now if you want to attend!
Registration for the VMUG.BE conference can found here.
Hope to see you on May 12th in Mechelen.