After completing installation of VMware Integrated OpenStack, you can integrate it with vRealize Operations Manager and the Endpoint Operations Management Agent, as well as add or extend other OpenStack components. Configuring and Enabling LBaaS Using the CLILoad-Balancing-as-a-Service (LBaaS) enables Neutron, the networking component of OpenStack, to distribute incoming requests among designated instances. This distribution ensures that the workload is shared predictably among instances and enables more effective use of system resources. Because LBaaS supports proprietary and open source load balancing technologies, OpenStack administrators have more options when choosing which back-end technology to use for load balancing. Integrating OpenStack with the Endpoint Operations Management AgentAfter installing VMware Integrated OpenStack, you can integrate it with the Endpoint Operations Management Agent and vRealize Operations Manager. Adding OpenStack Components and FeaturesThe deployment process installs a set of core OpenStack components. You can also install and configure the Object Storage (Swift) and Ceilometer components, and enable the LBaaS feature. Adding Capacity in the vSphere Web ClientYou can add compute clusters and datastores to an existing VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment. Install the VMware Integrated OpenStack License KeyVMware Integrated OpenStack requires a license key to operate. Install a VMware Integrated OpenStack license key as soon as possible after you install VMware Integrated OpenStack.