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#vBrownBag Using Ansible with vCenter Examples

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert I wanted to share some of the example Ansible playbooks used during last Wednesday’s US #vBrownBag. During the show I went over examples of how you can use Ansible to create, clone, and update virtual machines in vCenter without the need for other provisioning tools. Based on […]


On the fourth day of Commitmas – Forking repositories on GitHub

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert On the fourth day of Commitmas – Forking repositories on GitHub On the third day of Commitmas, my slack friends gave to me – Merging Pull Requests w Git On the second day of Commitmas – git clone, git add, git commit, git push On the first […]


On the third day of Commitmas, my slack friends gave to me – Merging Pull Requests w Git

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert On the third day of Commitmas, my slack friends gave to me – Merging Pull Requests w Git On the second day of Commitmas – git clone, git add, git commit, git push On the first day of Commitmas – Windows Git, SSH, and Keys Today I […]


On the first day of Commitmas – Windows Git, SSH, and Keys

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert I don’t know what I would have done without Commitmas to pull us through. Anyway – uh, Commitmas? Huh, could it be that some of you are not acquainted with the story of Commitmas? Yesterday was the first day of Commitmas, a community event thought up by […]


On the second day of Commitmas – git clone, git add, git commit, git push

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert On the second day of Commitmas – git clone, git add, git commit, git push On the first day of Commitmas – Windows Git, SSH, and Keys Day two of commitmas, I have my Windows computer setup and SSH keys added to my GitHub account. Time to […]