You create a server pool for VMware Aria Automation in NSX. The server pool determines the load balancing algorithm and combines resources from the pool members.
Log in to the NSX Global Manager for the management domain at https://<active_nsx_gm_fqdn>/login.jsp?local=true as admin.
From the drop-down menu at the top, select the recovery site NSX location according to your value in the VMware Cloud Foundation Planning and Preparation Workbook.
- On the main navigation bar, click Networking.
In the left pane, navigate to.
Click the Server pools tab.
Click Add server pool, configure the following settings, configure the remaining settings according to your VMware Cloud Foundation Planning and Preparation Workbook.
SNAT Translation mode
Add the VMware Aria Automation nodes to the server pool.
On the Add server pool page, in the Members/Group section, click Select members.
On the Configure server pool member dialog box, click Add member, configure the following settings, configure the remaining settings according to your VMware Cloud Foundation Planning and Preparation Workbook, and click Save.
Maximum concurrent connections
Perform the previous step twice to add the remaining VMware Aria Automation nodes and click Apply.
On the Load balancing page, in the Active monitor section, click Set.
In the Select active monitors dialog box, select the name of the VMware Aria Automation HTTPS monitor, and click Apply.
On Load balancing page, click Save.