This category is dedicated to blogs that cover vCO and other VMware technologies.

A selection of links that are all related to Orchestrator or derivative products/solutions .

Miscellaneous other helpful sites, tools, and resources.
For the most part, the VMware Solution Exchange should be your one-stop shop for vRealize Orchestrator plug-ins. With that said, this category will provide links to the VMware download site for specific plug-in versions. When adding link to plug-in, please be sure to specify the plug-in version.

I have no affiliation with AVNET, but they appear to be a VMware partner that develops vRO / vCO plug-ins. To see what they have done, what they're working on, or to request custom development, check out http://www.vcoplugins.com/ .

NOTE: This Link Category is not a means to bypass VMware logins. Many links here will require a valid account at VMware.com in order to download the VMware provided packages. Versions specified are plug-in versions, not necessarily versions of the plugged in technology. Also, if you are aware of a plug-in that is not listed here, please tweet @TechnicalValues to get it added OR click the Member Login link at the top of the page, then use the menus to Submit A WebLink. Thanks!
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NOTE: Older versions of the plug-ins listed on this page have been moved to a SubCategory. Scroll to the bottom of this page to access a link to that category

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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 ;)