This page will list the videos i create during my day 2 day work. I have no idea of the number of videos i’ll create per year but i started a few months back so we’ll see how frequent the page will be updated with new once.

Many of the videos will obviously focus on automation using vCloud Automation Center (vCAC), soon to be renamed to vRealize Automation (vRA), vCenter Orchestrator (vCO), soon to be renamed to vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) on top of Nutanix infrastructure.

  • Nutanix Cluster Status Reporting
  • Nutanix and vSphere deployment via vCenter Orchestrator
  • Create Nutanix Container via vCloud Automation Center
  • Nutanix – vRealize Automation VM deployment
  • Nutanix Cluster VM reporting using vRealize Automation


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  2. alecorps

    Hello Magnus,

    Thanks for sharing all informations on Nutanix and VCAC.
    I also work on Nutanix Cluster Creation Automate Process and i have watched the video Provisioning Nutanix & vSphere via vCenter Orchestrator.

    The goal for me is to automate the maximum stuff as i can.
    I have a question about how you can push the nutanix cluster create command on a CVM via SSH with a password ?
    Because on my side, i can’t, due to Security Enchanced Linux enabled on CVM by default.

    In video, before you run the workflow, do you disabled SELinux on CVM or do you used a specific workflow to bypass this ?
    Thanks in advance for your response.


  3. magander3

    Hi, i just used the SSH plugin in vRealize Orchestrator to push the cluster create command to the CVM.



  4. alecorps

    Hello Magnus,

    Thanks for your answer.

    My SSH Plugin is in 7.0.1 version.
    When I use the workflow to run a command on all my CVMs, i have an error in CVM logs: fatal: mm_answer_moduli: bad parameters: 2048 2048 1024. But when i use the workflow Run SSH command on others Linux VMs i have no issue.

    After some search, i found that the values 2048 2048 1024 represent : minimal, preferred and maximal. So minimal is greater than maximal.
    My Openssh and openssl version are : OPENSSH_6.2P2, OPENSSL 0.9.8J-FIPS 07 JAN 2009 for the vco appliance and OPENSSH_5.3P1, OPENSSL 1.0.1E-FIPS 11 FEB 2013 for the cvm.

    Could you please tell me which are your openssh and openssl version of your vco appliance and the cvm ?

    From the vco appliance i can run ssh@cvm it works but via the ssh plugin it doesn’t works.
    Thanks for your help


  5. magander3

    i don’t have that environment up and running since it was about a year ago since i recorded the video. Can you use the plugin and run any command on the CVM successfully (include the entire path to the command when trying)?


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