You can use an existing vRO workflow to modify virtual machine properties and add virtual machines to the active directory.

Subscription schema defines the format of the payload for Event Broker Service (EBS) messages. In order to receive and use EBS message payload inside vRO workflow, you must define input parameters with name "inputProperties" of type "Properties" in selected vRO workflow.

Prerequisites

  • Cloud administrator user role

  • Existing vRealize Orchestrator on-prem workflows.

  • Successful integration and connection to the vRealize Orchestrator client server.

Procedure

  1. Click Extensiblity > Subscriptions > New Subscription.
  2. Create a subscription with the following parameters:

    Parameter

    Value

    Name

    RenameVM

    Event topic

    Select an event topic suitable for the desired vRealize Orchestrator integration. For example, compute allocation.

    Blocking/Non-blocking

    Non-blocking

    Runnable item

    Select a vRO runnable type.

    Runnable ID

    Select the desired workflow. For example, Set VM name.

  3. Click Create to save your subscription.
  4. Assign and activate your subscription by creating a Blueprint or deploying an existing Blueprint.

What to do next

Verify that the workflow initiated successfully by one of the following methods:

  • Verify the workflow runs log, Extensibility > Run > Workflow Runs.

  • Open a vRealize Orchestrator client and check workflow status by navigating to the workflow and verifying the status or by opening the specific logs tab.