Once the SDDC finishes deploying, the next step will be to establish connectivity to the vCenter Server. The easiest way to do this is by creating a firewall rule. This firewall rule will allow network connectivity to the public IP assigned to the vCenter Server.
Enter a valid name, example: vCenter Inbound Rule
Source = 'any'
Destination = 'vCenter'
Services = 'HTTPS (TCP 443)'
Alternatively, the vCenter Server can also be accessed by configuring a VPN between your on-premeses location and the VMware Cloud on AWS environment or by establishing a Direct Connect through Amazon AWS itself.
Each deployed vCenter will have a set of default administrator credentials to be used until an identity source is added or additional users have been added. Use the default credentials to login to vCenter.
Fill the uername 'email@example.com' and paste the 'Password’ into the password textboxe on the vSphere Client login page.
The vSphere Client will load and present a very familiar view for those that use vSphere in their on-premises environment.