Using VMware vRealize Automation to Deploy to Azure—An Analysis of Benefits and Limitations

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NEW WHITEPAPER: Download the 31-page whitepaper on Azure.com: 

 

If your organization uses VMware technologies to deploy Azure infrastructure, this e-book is for you. There's usually some lag time between the release of new Azure features and  services and the corresponding feature in the vRealize Suite, as authors Tony Wu and Simon Alexander of Global AzureCAT explain. Rather than limit your Azure deployments, use the tips in this e-book to use your existing VMware toolset to deploy the latest and greatest on Azure.

 

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Tony and Simon compare the methods used to create blueprints in vRealize Automation and vRealize Orchestrator and tell you the best path forward. They also provide a detailed list of the VMs and other Azure features that are supported using different methods to compose blueprints.

 

You can read more about the vRA and vRO workflow in the whitepaper:

 

  

Remember to keep your hands clean, your feet on the ground, and your head in the Cloud,

 

   - Ninja Ed

 

 

 

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