VMware vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) Click Below for Plug-ins:

vCO Plug-in

vCO Help Topics Request

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Are you getting started with VMware's vCenter Orchestrator? vCO can be a challenge or a breeze to learn depending on your skill sets and what you're trying to accomplish. It allows for the creation of very complicated workflows with minimal effort if you know where to look and are familiar with the interface. Knowing where to look can sometimes be key.

I've launched this site in an effort to help enlighten those getting started with vCO so I welcome your feedback. Please take a moment to either reply to this post or use the Contact Us form to submit your recommendations for topics that I may cover in the coming weeks.

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How to install vCenter Orchestrator (vCO)

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This article will describe the steps necessary to install and configure VMware vCenter Orchestrator (VCO). Parts of the configuration are often a challenge even for experienced administrators. My goal here is to help you get a functional VCO server up and running.

I've even put together a step-by-step video on How to Install vCenter Orchestrator here on vCOTeam.info ! Take a look & tell your colleagues!

NUC Lab Kit

Below are my thoughts for a vSAN nuc lab. Since I already have cables, not including them here. I ordered (and received by Nov 30, 2016)
3 x nuc, 3 x 32GB Crucial mem, 3 x Toshiba NVMe drive, 3 x Startech USB to GB NIC, and 3 x Crucial 1TB SSD. I've also been very happy with my Cisco SG300-10 so I bought one more since my existing one only has one port available. Each of the items listed here are linked below - all were purchased using the provided links below.
single NIC (See this post for details on using the USB -> GB NIC item listed below

I stayed with the i5 for the power consumption and form factor vs. the i7 Skull Canyon ;)