VMware’s vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) 6.0 release is just around the corner and the anticipation for what’s next is tremendous. vCAC 6.0 introduces a brand-new interface, new concepts, new echosystem integrations, and the quickest path to realizing the benefits of the Software-Defined Datacenter. And then there’s XaaS — the killer technology that will allow cloud shops to deliver their entire datacenter operation as a governed, entitled, life-cycled service.
To learn more about vCAC 6.0, visit VMware’s cloud management blog.
vCAC 6.0 has been in beta for a couple of months and continues to peek the interests of several early adopters. Being the beta code that it is, there are several caveats and gotchas with the implementation that can sneak up at you. To help mitigate those gotchas, I have created a set of videos that will help through the implementation of an end-to-end vCAC 6.0 solution. The 10 videos in the series will cover the following topics:
- Part 1, Deploying vCAC VA’s
- Part 2, Configuring/Integrating vCAC VA’s
- Part 3, IaaS Prerequisites
- Part 4, IaaS Installation
I will be rolling out these videos as they get through editing…aiming for 1/week.
To get us started, here’s Part 1 – Deploying vCAC and ID (SSO) Appliances..
NOTE: these videos are designed to be guides — no audio, just text. As always, feedback is welcome!
Did you ever complete the Video Series?
Thanks for creating the videos. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
Part 3 was just posted…I'll have Part 4 uploaded by 11/11.
vCAC 6.0 is expected to GA by the end of December '13.
waiting for part 3 AND 4
When is it getting available (GA) to explore more? Also is it going to get completely transformed from what it is currently (vCAC 5.2)
It supports now Multi-tenancy does it mean it has got some part for vCD included? if yes how much control and manageability is provides in 6.0?