VMware Specialist: vSAN – Objective 2.2 – Describe vSAN Requirements

The following post is a part of my unofficial study guide for the VMware Specialist: vSAN Digital Badge.  The full study guide can be found here. Objective 2.2 – Describe vSAN Requirements The requirements for VMware vSAN are split into multiple categories: Hardware Cluster Software Networking Licensing Hardware Requirements One of the most important requirements…

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Updating the embedded vRealize Orchestrator 7.3 Certificate

This is the fourth in a series of posts covering the replacement of vRealize Automation SSL Certificates.  In this post, we will tackle steps required to update the embedded vRealize Orchestrator certificate following the replacement of the vRealize Automation Appliance certificate. This post is based on the VMware procedure and this is documented within the VMware Documentation…

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Replacing the vRealize Automation 7.3 IaaS Manager Service Certificate

This is the third in a series of posts covering the replacement of vRealize Automation SSL Certificates.  In this post, we will tackle replacing the vRealize Automation IaaS Manager Service Certificate. This post is based on the VMware procedure and this is documented here. Prerequisites The following are expected prerequisites for this walkthrough: A fully deployed and working…

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Replacing the vRealize Automation 7.3 IaaS Web Certificate

This is the second post in a series of posts covering the replacement of vRealize Automation SSL Certificates.  In this post, we will tackle replacing the vRealize Automation IaaS Web Server Certificate. This post is based on the VMware procedure and this is documented here. Prerequisites The following are expected prerequisites for this walkthrough: A fully deployed…

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Replacing the vRealize Automation 7.3 Appliance Certificate

This is the first in a series of posts covering the replacement of vRealize Automation SSL Certificates.  For the purpose of these posts, I have deployed vRealize Automation 7.3 environment with self signed certificates. This means that when you navigate to https://vra7.fqdn/vcac, the site is not secure nor trusted.  Therefore, you will be presented with something…

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