Data is king and your users need a sample data platform quickly.
With this Fling, you will leverage your VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 with vRealize Automation deployment and stand a sample data platform based on vSphere Virtual Machines in less than 20-minutes comprising of Kafka, Spark, Solr, and ELK.
You can also choose whether to deploy a wavefront proxy and configure the components to send data to the wavefront proxy or use your own.
- Installation of a VMware vSphere 6.7 cluster
- Installation of a VMware vRealize 8.1 cluster or above
- An Ubuntu 20.04 VM template with latest VM tools installed and DHCP enabled (current fling solution does not cover IPAM due to complexitites arising with IPAM)
- Access to the Internet from the Ubuntu machines
- The Ubuntu template should have the username used for extensibility marked with the NOPASSWD flag in /etc/sudoers (username ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL)
- The vSphere user account used to connect to vCenter run must have read access to the folder containing provisioned VMs and also be granted the VirtualMachine.Interaction.Console privilege
- Access to port 902 on each individual ESXi host hosting the provisioned VMs
- The DNS Server used should allow for dynamic updates
- A working subscription for VMware Tanzu Observability by Wavefront (You can get an evaluation subscription from https://tanzu.vmware.com/observability)
- Download the instructions.pdf and the data-platform.tar file from the download box
- When configuring the Fling, use this URL for the FlingTarURL variable:
This Fling allows users to easily migrate virtual machines in bulk from a graphical user interface between vCenter Servers (same & different SSO Domains supported) using the Cross-vCenter vMotion feature.
This Fling helps vRealize Operations Manager users better manage custom email notification templates.
vRealize Build Tools provides tools to development and release teams implementing solutions based on vRealize Automation (vRA) and vRealize Orchestrator (vRO).