Some of you may have attended the vRA and ServiceNow presentation at VMworld 2017 yesterday. I regret not being able to attend and present it myself, however I’m certain that Chris Smith and Ian Smith did a fantastic job. Here I want to recap some of what was presented during that session.
It’s important to understand what options are available and what features they offer in order to understand what you really need when integrating with ServiceNow. To start do you need what is referred to as North/South integration, East/West Integration, or both. Below is a list of what capabilities fall under each classification.
|ServiceNow used as Catalog||vRA used as Catalog|
|VMware vRealize Automation handles automation and orchestration.||VMware vRealize Automation handles automation and orchestration.|
|Create or update CI records||Create or update CI records|
|Available via VMware ITSM plugin, AVNet Plugin, or Custom REST API integration.||Available via VMware ITSM plugin, SovLabs plugin, Avnet Plugin, or custom vRealize Orchestrator workflows.|
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Many of you are at VMworld 2016 and had the opportunity to be at the Keynote Live this morning. However there are those of us that are not at VMworld this year so I decided to put together some highlights from this mornings keynote.
The big theme for the keynote this year was the announcement of VMware Cloud Foundation and Cross Cloud Services. Although I say too much about Cloud Foundation beyond what what was discussed in this mornings keynote I think the below slide really helps shed some light. Although you will hear Cloud Foundation compared to Nutanix, I see it as more than just converged infrastructure. I see it more as a converged cloud. If you look at the let side of the below image you can see that VMware Cloud Foundation includes, Private Cloud as well as VMware vCloud air, and the IBM cloud. The benefit here is all of these environments are built on top of VMware technology. To the right you see the Non-VMware-Based Clouds which includes Amazon, Azure, and Google CP. These would be what’s part of the VMware Cross Cloud Services.
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VMworld2015 Hands On Labs open today!
Don’t forget to stop by the Hands On Labs and check out some of this years awesome labs that are available. Last night we had the lab burn in and they are open to day. There are labs for just about everything you can imagine. Not sure what lab is right for you, that’s fine stop by and chat with some subject matter experts that will help you determine which lab is the right fit for you. There are roughly 350 terminals in the HOL this year along with a customer connect area where you can BYOD to connect. If that was not enough there are 4 expert led breakout rooms where you can reserve a spot and attend expert led sessions on the various technologies.
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