Ayehu eyeShare IT process automation is a powerful workflow solution designed to automate IT tasks across physical, virtual and cloud-based systems through a simple drag-and-drop workflow designer.
With the VMware vSphere integration, administrators can automate complex tasks in VMware vSphere, enabling full management of your virtualized computing infrastructure. Use the pre-packaged templates, or design your own workflow processes using the built-in actions in the eyeShare workflow designer.
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VMware vSphere Actions:
This VM integration pack adds the VMware vSphere categories to the Activity Toolbox pane in the eyeShare workflow designer. This category contains the following activities:
|vmClone||Clone an existing VM to a new VM|
|vmCreate||Create a new VM with the selected parameters|
|vmDelete||Delete an existing VM|
|vmExists||Check the existence of a VM on a specific server (ESX or vCenter)|
|vmInfo||Get the properties of a VM|
|vmPowerOn||Power on a VM|
|vmPowerState||Get the current power state of a VM|
|vmHostEnterMaintenance||Enter a VM host to maintenance mode|
|vmHostList||Get a list of all VM hosts in the vCenter|
|vmListSnapshots||List all existing snapshots of a specified VM|
Download the rest of the VMware vSphere Activities list from here.
VMware vSphere Templates:
|Virtual Machine Provisioning||This workflow template allows you to provision a VM based on a pre-defined VM profile. You can trigger this workflow from an email or ticket request from your SD tool.|
|Automate VMware snapshot||This template reads a list of servers from an Excel file, and creates a snapshot for each VM. It is very useful, for instance, before a maintenance procedure or a mass software installation.|
|Delete old snapshots||This template retrieves a list of virtual machines, while deleting snapshots older than 30 days on each machine. It can be used to maintain your virtual environment on a regular basis.|
|Delete specific snapshot on a list of virtual machines||This template reads a list of servers from an Excel file, and deletes a specific snapshot on each machine. This workflow can be used, for example, to delete a snapshot that was taken before an upgrade across your virtual environment.|
|Power on list of virtual machines||This template reads a list of servers from an Excel file and powers on each server. When the procedure is complete, it waits 5 minutes and confirms that all servers are up. In the event that a numberof them are still down, it will send an alert to an admin by email. This workflow is a great way to power on your environment after a maintenance procedure that requires shutdown.|