OnCommand Workflow Automation package for VMware vCenter Orchestrator version 2.2

by mcleod Former NetApp Employee on ‎2014-07-21 08:14 AM - edited on ‎2015-08-07 01:48 PM by Community Manager

A new version of the OnCommand Workflow Automation package for VMware vCenter Orchestrator has been released. This package integrates WFA 2.2 with VMware's vCenter Orchestrator 5.5.  Using this package, NetApp WFA workflows can execute natively within vCenter Orchestrator. In order to understand how to setup this package please refer to  TR-4306: Building Automation and Orchestration for Software-Defined Storage with NetApp and VMware.

 

Supported WFA Builds:

WFA Version: 2.0.0.391.2 B11275,  2.1.0.70.32 B2178337, and 2.2.0.2.6 B2416155

 

Package Updates

2013-10-21 - Updated the Package to version 2.1 - Now supports VMware’s vCenter Orchestrator 5.1 and 5.5 and OnCommand Workflow Automation 2.0, 2.0.1 and 2.1

2014-01-13 - Updated the Package to version 2.1.1 - Moved to new location for download files.  Also fixed a missing Action Script.

2014-07-17 - Updated the Package to version 2.2 - Updated package to support WFA 2.2 by adding a job status of “PLANNING” and to support VMware's vCenter Orchestrator 5.5.1

 

Comments
Extraordinary Contributor

Hello All,

 

If you need the package for vRealize Orchestrator integration, please let me know.  You can reach out ot me using the NetApp Communities private message system, or using email (my communities username at netapp.com).

 

Thank you, and apologies for the inconvenience.

 

V/r,

 

Andrew

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