I’ve long been a passionate advocate for VMware’s vRealize Log Insight. I remember trying it out just after the 1.0 release way back in 2013. Along the way I’ve used it to build custom dashboards for all sorts of apps that didn’t have monitoring capability. I particularly appreciated it’s ability to quickly narrow down on an issue when troubleshooting, then ...

I’m a bit late to the party here, but I decided I’d give ESXi ARM Edition a crack this year. I’ve been using my Raspberry Pi 3 for a few years now. Along the way I’ve used it for all sorts of stuff around the house, as well as customer demo’s. A few notable highlights: Using VMware software to monitor ...

Install Pulse agent on gateway Download the package – click cog at top right of Pulse console, select “downloads”Download appropriate agent with wget – e.g. wget -O pulse.tar.gz https://PULSEIOTSERVER.com/api/iotc-agent/iotc-agent-x86_64-2.0.1-14869950.tar.gzApply execute permissions to Pulse bundle sudo chmod +x pulse.tar.gzExtract bundle tar -xzvf pulse.tar.gzNavigate to Pulse folder cd pulseRun installer sudo ./install.shConfirm agent service running with service-iotc-agent statusReboot before proceeding Enroll using ...

Context Pulse agent is installed on SH-NODE2, needs to be installed on SH-NODE3 The below template is configured to collect metrics and send commands to Linux devices that act as a Sensehat emulator Show running rainbow.py to SH-NODE2 Demonstrate on boarding SH-NODE3 … ...

Make sure you have CREATE DEVICE permission to perform this activity. You need a device template with token based configured as the provider type. See post on http://13.250.11.75/2019/12/09/creating-pulse-iot-template-for-raspberry-pi/ Install Pulse agent on gateway Download the package – click cog at top right of Pulse console, select “downloads”Download appropriate agent with wget – e.g. wget -O pulse.tar.gz https://PULSEIOTSERVER.com/api/iotc-agent/iotc-agent-x86_64-2.0.1-14869950.tar.gzApply execute permissions to ...

First we have to create the ‘thing’ template Log in to PulseInventory Device Templates CreateEnter template name, device type is ‘thing’ In the ‘commands’ step, add the following … ...

All of this assumes we have access to an on-prem or SaaS instance of VMware Pulse IoT Center. Create device template Log in to PulseNavigate to Inventory Device Templates CreateEnter name, device type = gateway. Add some properties (the defaults are fine, I also added ‘ssid’ to capture the wi-fi network I am connected to) Leave metrics at default.I’ve added ...