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Skyline Insights API – Creating a Ticket in ServiceNow

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Tweet We have been asked on numerous occasions to show a demo of using the Skyline Insights API to send Proactive Findings data to Service Now.   Before we can show this, please make sure you have read this article detailing how to get the findings to ensure you understand the basics.  It is also a … Continued

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Skyline Insights API – Get Affected Objects Example

Tweet The Insights API has just been released. We are getting some questions on more detail examples on how to use it. One example, in particular, is getting the “affected objects” from each Findings. Here, we will show you how simple it is to do so. We will break this down to two sections (1 … Continued

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Skyline Insights API – Sending Findings to PagerDuty

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Tweet Earlier blog entry shows you how to send Skyline Findings to Jira.  Here is an example to send to PagerDuty. First, you need to generate a token from PagerDuty for the script to use. Now you need to format the Skyline Findings data.  This was also done in previous JIRA and Slack examples. NOTE: $1 is … Continued

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Skyline Insights API – Creating a Ticket in JIRA

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Tweet Earlier,  we have shown you how to send the Findings data to Slack.  Here is an example of how to send data over to JIRA. Similar to previous examples,  here is how we can convert the Findings data With the variables, we can now post it on JIRA.  In order to do that, we will need the desired … Continued

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Skyline Insights API – Collaborate on Skyline Findings in Slack

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Tweet With the release of “VMware Skyline Advisor Pro”, the Skyline Insights API is made available. With the new API, you can query and script to receive Skyline’s Proactive Findings data. Even without Skyline Insights API, you were able to export Findings to CSV. Do you want to send the Findings data to slack so you and your team can take action? In some organizations, VMware admins might not go into Skyline Advisor to … Continued

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Skyline Insights API – Using Powercli

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Tweet We understand that not all administrators are using Linux or Mac OSX. Here are the steps to use the Skyline Insight API when in Windows. NOTE: Please review this blog entry before proceeding. You need to do the prerequisites prior to using Powercli. Add “API User role” Create API Token In order to create … Continued

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Skyline Insights API – Using GraphiQL

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Tweet With VMware Skyline Advisor Pro, GraphiQL has been made available to view the Skyline Insights API structure. While you cannot leverage GraphiQL into any of your automation platforms, you can use it to view the data structure and output. Here are the steps to use GraphiQL.  1 - Create “Access Token” from “API Token”. Please check for more comprehensive writeup (here) 2 - Log into Advisor and select “View API Explorer” 3 - select … Continued

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Skyline Insights API – Getting Started

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Tweet With the release of “VMware Skyline Advisor Pro”, the Skyline Insights API is made available. Here are the steps you need to perform to have a working environment. Please read the “API Documentation” thoroughly to ensure you know all the steps and options.  NOTE: Please make sure you have also installed “jq” (if you are on a Mac). Else, remove “jq” from commands … Continued

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Automating Skyline Collector Deployment with PowerCLI

Tweet In most cases, VMware administrator would deploy OVA using the vSphere web gui. This goes for every management Vmware OVA. It is a manual task that could take up to 15 minutes based on the desired OVA. For Skyline OVA, the manual gui deployment is roughly 5 minutes. If there is a way for … Continued

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