A project enables the users who can provision, and configures how much provisioning is possible.

Projects define the user and provisioning settings.

  • Users and their role level of permission

  • Priority for deployments as they are being provisioned to a cloud zone

  • Maximum number of deployment instances per cloud zone

Prerequisites

Add cloud zones. See WordPress use case: add cloud zones.

Procedure

  1. Go to Infrastructure > Configure > Projects.
  2. Click New Project, and enter the name WordPress.
  3. Click Users, and click Add Users.
  4. Add email addresses and roles for the users.

    To successfully add a user, a VMware Cloud Services administrator must have enabled access to Cloud Assembly for the user.

    Remember that addresses shown here are only use case samples.

    • chris.gray@ourco.com, Member

    • kerry.white@ourco.com, Member

    • pat.black@ourco.com, Administrator

  5. Click Provisioning, and click Add Cloud Zone.
  6. Add the cloud zones that the users can deploy to.

    Project Cloud Zone Setting

    Sample Value

    Cloud zone

    Provisioning priority

    Instances limit

    OurCo-AWS-US-East

    1

    5

    Cloud zone

    Provisioning priority

    Instances limit

    OurCo-AWS-US-West

    1

    5

    Cloud zone

    Provisioning priority

    Instances limit

    OurCo-Azure-East-US

    0

    1

  7. Click Create.
  8. Go to Infrastructure > Configure > Cloud Zones, and open a zone that was created in WordPress use case: add cloud zones.
  9. Click Projects, and verify that WordPress is a project that is allowed to provision to the zone.
  10. Check the other zones created in WordPress use case: add cloud zones.

What to do next

Create a basic blueprint.