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Vincent Méoc

Vincent Méoc

I have created this blog to share insights about the many opportunities that the Cloud bring. While I work as Senior System Engineer for VMware, this blog reflect my own thoughts.

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Automation & Operations in a Hybrid Cloud world

Automation & Operations in a Hybrid Cloud world

Blog about the Software Defined Datacenter, IT Automation, DevOps and other stuff
Vincent Méoc Vincent Méoc
Articles : 41
Since : 05/11/2010
Category : Tech & Science

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VMware Pipeline management with vRealize Automation and vRealize Codestream

VMware Pipeline management with vRealize Automation and vRealize Codestream

It should be pretty much understood now that the Software Defined Datacenter allows you to provide a lot of agility to your applications, resulting in a faster and more secure way to deploy and run your apps. In short, infrastructure is very dynamic and boost the whole development chain. That's great but the next step is leverage this super dynamic
Container As A Service with VMware Admiral

Container As A Service with VMware Admiral

VMware Admiral is an Open source project providing a Container as a Service Portal. The GitHub project description is quite clear about what it does: Admiral™ is a highly scalable and very lightweight Container Management platform for deploying and managing container based applications. It is designed to have a small footprint and boot extremely
A DevOps example with the VMware SDDC

A DevOps example with the VMware SDDC

In this video, I show how a developper benefits from using the VMware Software Defined Datacenter to test his latest code release in a similar context to what Production is and push the change up to the Production. The tools used in this example are Netbeans for the IDE, Git as Source Management, Jenkins for Continuous Integration, vRealise Codestr
Life and Death of an application Part 4 - Turn Tito into containers

Life and Death of an application Part 4 - Turn Tito into containers

We've seen how flexible it is to consume virtual machines in a software defined datacenter in our previous article to code, design, build and RUN an application to quickly answer the DevOps challenges your organisation can have. But what if some teams are using containers instead of virtual machines? There's a good chance that a number of your Dev(
vRealize Automation Event Broker focus on passing properties

vRealize Automation Event Broker focus on passing properties

vRealize Automation gives you a great deal of Out of the Box features. It also gives you a great deal of extensibility capabilities. Since a Cloud Management Portal is a central point of interaction between users and the Software defined Datacenters it would be great to have the ability to catch events going through this platform and trigger action
How  to create and Advanced service (XaaS) to send SMS with vRealize Automation

How to create and Advanced service (XaaS) to send SMS with vRealize Automation

In this article, we are going to show how easy it is to create advanced services in vRealize Automation (vRA). We will take as an example the ability to send text messages. This will showcase how easy it is to create advanced service (XaaS) into vRA which are not related to VM, vSphere, Networks, etc… This is (one of) the end result: So what do w
Life and Death of an application Part2: First steps in the Software Defined Datacenter

Life and Death of an application Part2: First steps in the Software Defined Datacenter

In Part 1 we saw how was created the application Tito and we know what the application architecture is. Basically, we have the following diagram which showcase what kind of infrastructure the application need to properly run in the Datacenter. So how do we get this infrastructure? Which is another way to say: Where do I run my code? Architecture Ti
Life and Death of an application - Part 1: the Birth

Life and Death of an application - Part 1: the Birth

The whole applications lifecycle is currently going through massive changes. From creating applications to launching applications, running new applications to transforming existing applications, there's now so many ways to do it, so many choices.... that the hardest part is to understand the benefits & risks of each roads in front of us. I like to
Life and Death of an application Part 3: From Build to RUN

Life and Death of an application Part 3: From Build to RUN

In the previous articles of this serie "Life and Death of an application" we oversaw how to develop easily a web app plugged into a Big Data service (Google Directions). Then, we saw how to design the architecture that will run it by leveraging the different artifacts (code, conf script) and create a "converged blueprint" to merge these Dev artifac