Recently I provided a lab to learn vRealize Orchestrator to the Austin VMUG. It’s been too long since I attended a VMUG meeting due to moving to Dallas. It was great to meet new peers in the Austin area. The purpose of the lab was to provide people hands on experience using Orchestrator with some real world helpful examples. I was present to answer questions and help the learning process.
I am working to bring the same lab to Dallas and Houston in the next few months but wanted to share the labs here. It’s mostly possible to do the labs in the hands on lab environment of hol-1821-05-CMP partially made by my friend Ed Bontempo. You will have to type a lot of code examples since HOL does not support cut and paste. You can do it all in your home lab. Contact me if you want to know about the next session we are presenting to a live VMUG if you want some instructor help.
Lab Manual: VMUG_VRO_LAB_Manual
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