You add a vRealize Orchestrator integration so that you can use the vRealize Orchestrator workflows as part of Extensibility.

With a vRealize Orchestrator integration to Cloud Assembly, you can use vRealize Orchestrator workflows in extensibility subscriptions. For more information, see Extensibility workflow subscriptions.


  • Verify that you have cloud administrator credentials. For more information, see Credentials for Cloud Assembly cloud accounts.
  • Verify that you configured a cloud proxy that you can use with your vRealize Orchestrator environment. For information on configuring a cloud proxy in Cloud Assembly, see Infrastructure > Connections > Cloud Proxies > New.


  1. Select Infrastructure > Connections > Integrations and click Add Integrations.
  2. Click vRealize Orchestrator.
  3. To install a vRealize Orchestrator virtual appliance on your vCenter Server, click SaaS-Enabled Orchestrator.
    1. Deploy the OVA in your vCenter Server. For more information, see Deploy an OVF or OVA Template.
    2. (Optional) You can import external workflows for use in Cloud Assembly. For more information, see Import a Package.
  4. In Cloud Assembly, select the configured vRealize Orchestrator URL address and vRealize Orchestrator cloud proxy.
  5. Provide your vRealize Orchestrator credentials.
  6. To validate the integration, click Validate.
  7. Enter a name and description for the vRealize Orchestrator integration.
  8. (Optional) Add capability tags. For more information, see Using capability tags in Cloud Assembly.
  9. Click Add.
    The vRealize Orchestrator integration is saved.

What to do next

To verify that the integration is configured and that the workflows are added, select Extensibility > Library > Workflows. For more information on vRealize Orchestrator workflows, see Managing Workflows.