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 entitlements.
- Verify that you have administrator credentials for the vRealize 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 that you want to entitle. See Create Business Groups for Delegated Administrators and End Users.
- Create the services that correspond to the business groups that you want to entitle. See Create Services for Delegated Administrators and End Users.
- Become familiar with the procedures for creating entitlements in vRealize Automation. For information, see the vRealize Automation documentation.
- 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, enter a name and, in the Status list, select Active.
- From the Business Group list, select the business group that you created for delegated administrators.
- In the Users & Groups text box, 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.
- Click Add.
- To create an entitlement for end users, repeat the previous step.
What to do next
Bind the vRealize Orchestrator Plug-in for Horizon workflows to pods and pools.