At the Review step of the wizard, you review the information about the to-be-created workload domain and start the creation workflow. You can also print the information or download a printable version to print later.
The Review page displays information about the resources and their configurations that will be deployed when the workflow creates and deploys the virtual infrastructure for this workload domain.
The hosts that will be added to the workload domain are listed along with the names of the physical racks in which those hosts are located. Unless you chose High availability, the hosts can be located in different physical racks.
This page also displays the IP addresses of the vCenter Server instances that will be deployed to manage the resources assigned to the virtual environment.
- Scroll down the page to review the information.
- (Optional) Print the information or download a printable version to print later.
- Click Finish to begin the creation process.
The VI Workload Triggered window appears, letting you know that the workflow is starting the tasks that create and deploy the VI workload domain.
What to do next
To confirm the progress of the provisioning workflow's tasks, navigate to the System Status page and drill-down to the details about the workflow. When the VI workload domain is created, the Dashboard page refreshes to indicate the new domain exists. From the Dashboard page, you can click View Details to navigate to see the details of the new VI workload domain. From that details page, you can launch the vSphere Web Client to see the configured virtual environment and begin working within it. See Navigate into the VI Workload Domain's Virtual Environment.