On June 15th, the annual VMUG Belgium conference will take place at the Lamot in Mechelen. Erik Schils, the Belgian VMUG leader, has again created a very exciting agenda. The last couple of years I was part of this great event, as a presenter or by running a workshop. Last year I did a workshop on vRealize Automation and Orchestrator.
This year my colleague Ronald de Jong of my-ssddc.net will join me for a another great workshop, this time on vRealize Automation and NSX.
Join Ronald de Jong and Viktor van den Berg on an interactive workshop on vRealize Automation (vRA) and NSX. vRA is VMware’s automation & orchestration solution and allows you to publish IT services in a self-service portal. An IT service, for example one or more VMs or an application, can be deployed automatically after a user requests the service in the vRA portal. Connecting NSX to vRA allows users to deploy a network topology that is part of an IT service. In this way you can automatically deploy a multi-tier application, including multiple network tiers.
In this workshop you will learn about the configuration steps to connect NSX to vRA, learn how to deploy on-demand networks as part of a vRA blueprint and see how you can add NSX security constructs to a vRA blueprint. The workshop includes some interactive labs, so be ready to get some hands-on experience!
Note: Some experience with vRA and/or NSX will help you to succesfully complete the workshop. You need to bring your own laptop to participate.
Seats for this session are limited, 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 Automation and/or NSX.
Registration for the VMUG.BE conference and the workshop can found here.
Hope to see you on June 15th in Mechelen.