You use VMware Cloud Assembly to connect to your public and private cloud providers so that you can deploy machines, applications, and services that you create to your those resources. You and your teams develop blueprints-as-code in an environment that supports an iterative workflow, from development to testing to production. At provisioning time, you can deploy across a range of cloud vendors. The service is a managed VMware SaaS and NaaS-based framework.
A basic overview VMware Cloud Assembly includes the following basic functions.
You use the Infrastructure tab to add and organize your cloud vendor resources and your users. This tab also provides information about deployed blueprints.
The Marketplace tab provides VMware Solution Exchange blueprints and images that help you build your blueprint library and access supporting OVA or OVFs.
The Blueprints tab is your development home. You use the canvas and the YAML editor to develop and then deploy your machines and applications.
The Deployments tab shows the current status of your provisioned resources. You can access details and history that you use to manage your deployments.