To create an entitlement in vRealize Automation, administrators specify a business group and the service that corresponds to that group.
If you have been using vRealize Automation, you might have already created these entitlements or equivalent ones.
Verify that you have administrator credentials for the Orchestrator server. The account must be a member of the vRealize Orchestrator Admin group configured to authenticate through vCenter Single Sign-On.
Create the business groups that contain the users you want to entitle. See Create Business Groups for Delegated Administrators and End Users.
Create the services that correspond to the business groups you want to entitle. See Create Services for Delegated Administrators and End Users.
Familiarize yourself with the procedures for creating entitlements in vRealize Automation. The vRealize Automation documentation is available at https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vcac-pubs.html.
- Log in to vRealize Automation as an administrator.
- Click the Administration tab.
- Select .
- Create an entitlement for delegated administrators.
- Click the Add Entitlement (+) icon.
- On the Details tab, supply a name, and in the Status list, select Active.
- From the Business Group list, select the business group that you just created for delegated administrators.
- In the Users & Groups field, specify users from the delegated administrators business group, and click Next.
- On the Items & Approvals tab, click the Add (+) icon for Entitled Services and select the delegated administrator service that you created earlier.
- Click Add.
- Repeat the step to create an entitlement for end users.
What to do next
Bind the Horizon vRealize Orchestrator plug-in workflows to pods and pools.