In this example, you'll onboard two machines as a single deployment and create a blueprint as part of the workload onboarding plan.
When you create a cloud account, all machines that are associated to it are data-collected and then displayed on the Cloud Assembly, you can use an onboarding plan to bring the machines into Cloud Assembly control.page. If the cloud account has machines that were deployed outside of
For related information, see WordPress use case: add cloud accounts.
Verify that you have the required user role. See What are the Cloud Assembly user roles.
Review What are onboarding plans.
Create and prepare a Cloud Assembly project.
This involves some of the basic steps in your guided setup procedure.
Create a project, add users, and assign user roles in the project. See WordPress use case: create a project.
Create an Amazon Web Services cloud account for the project. See WordPress use case: add cloud accounts.
The Amazon Web Services cloud account in this workflow is assumed to contain machines that were deployed before the cloud account was added to Cloud Assembly and by an application other than Cloud Assembly.
Verify that the Machines page contains machines to onboard. See Machine resources.
- Go to .
- Click New Onboarding Plan and enter values.
Sample onboarding plan for AWS machine for OurCo-AWS cloud account
Wordpress use case project name
- Click Create.
- On the plan's Deployments tab, click Select Machines, choose one or more machines, and click OK.
This example uses two machines.
It doesn't matter if the machine's status is on or off.
- Select Create one deployment that contains all the machines and click Create.
- Click the checkbox next to the new deployment name and click Blueprint....
- Click Create blueprint in Cloud Assembly format.
- Enter a blueprint name and click Save.
- Click the checkbox next to the deployment name, click Run, and then click Run again on the resultant Run Plan page.
The selected Amazon Web Services machines are onboarded as a single deployment, with an accompanying blueprint.
- Open and examine the blueprint that you just created, in this example BP_sample_1, by clicking the Blueprints tab and then clicking the blueprint name.
- Open and examine the deployment that you just created by clicking the Deployments tab and then clicking the deployment name.