You can design blueprints that create OpenStack projects when consumed.
Verify that you have service architect user privileges to access the plug-in.
Verify that the OpenStack Keystone service is connected to an Active Directory server for automatic synchronization. This configuration automatically synchronizes user accounts in Keystone
- Log in to the vRealize Automation tenant as a service architect.
- Select .
- Click New.
- Select the workflow Delete an OpenStack project, and click Next.
The blueprint form appears.
- Complete the text boxes in the blueprint form.
Keystone URL, Project name, Keystone domain name, User name, and Password parameters are mandatory for all blueprints. For the delete blueprint you only need the
Project nameparameter and the mandatory ones.
Visibility to user
Provide the URL to the Keystone Public Service.
Provide a valid Active Directory or LDAP user name with administrative permissions.
Provide a valid password for the Active Directory or LDAP user name.
Admin Project Name
Enter the name for the administrative OpenStack project name where the OpenStack instances will be provisioned. The default is admin.
Keystone Domain Name
Specify the Keystone domain for OpenStack user authentication. Keystone is the OpenStack Identity Service component. The default domain name is default.
New Project Name
Specify the name of the new OpenStack project where the OpenStack instances will be provisioned. You can leave this value empty, which enables the catalog user to specify the name.
The catalog user's OpenStack account name with the Active Directory or LDAP domain suffix omitted.
Configure the predefined quota keys and values for the new project.
nova_instances = 120
neutron_subnet = 130
cinder_snapshots = 140
The quota key names use the servicename_quotaname format, where servicename is the name of the standard OpenStack service and quotaname is the name of the standard OpenStack service quota .
- Click Finish.
The newly created blueprint appears in the list of XaaS blueprints.
- To publish the blueprint, select it from the list and click Publish.
A blueprint becomes available for consumption only after you publish it.