Vote for Danish VMworld Sessions

If you have not already voted for your preferred VMworld sessions, please consider the following sessions which have been submitted by people for VMUG Denmark (my self included).

Voting is open until May 26 at 11:59pm PDT
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Session 5132

Title: Learn About Two Customer Use Cases on Extending VRealize Automation with vRealize Orchestrator Using Advanced Service Designer and Day 2 Actions

Track (subtract): Software-Defined Data Center (Cloud Management)

Abstract:
Requesting a blueprint in vRealize Automation (vRA) is a quite simple use case. In the first use case we will do a walkthrough on how to use Advanced Service Designer (ASD) and vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) to request information from multiple users (a user and an administrator) before deploying the blueprint. In the second use case we will do a walkthrough on a blueprint action, a day2 operation, that will migrate a virtual machine from a staging environment to the production environment, including changing guest IP addresses, and joining the machine to the target domain using in-guest scripts through VMware Tools.

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Session 4533

Title: Upgrade - Experience from the Field - Tips and Tricks
Track (subtrack): Software-Defined Data Center (Cloud Infrastructure)

Abstract:
vSphere 6 is here and once again it is time to upgrade. From a Customers view we are going to present considerations, challenges and options during the upgrade to vSphere 6 and present our Best Practice, Tips and Tricks. We are going to point out challenges and how we solved them.

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Session 4444

Title: vRealize Operations Manager Troubleshooting Best Practises The Return
Track (subtract): Software-Defined Data Center (Cloud Management)

Abstract:
In this session vExperts and VMware Certified Instructors Frank Brix Pedersen and Rasmus Haslund walks you through troubleshooting best practises with vRealize Operations Manager

You will learn that vCenter Operations Manager is a lot more than badges and what initially meets the eye.

You will be introduced to Heat Maps, Custom Dashboard and the Metric Charts and how they provide value with real world examples. If you are used to do performance troubleshooting in esxtop and vCenter performance graphs and curious how vCenter Operations fits in? Then this session is for you.

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