Use the viocli vros command to enable VMware Integrated OpenStack to interoperate with vRealize Automation.

The viocli vros command uses the following syntax.

viocli vros enable [-d NAME] -vt VRA-TENANT -vh VRA-HOST -va VRA-ADMIN -vrh VROS-HOST [--verbose]

Parameter

Mandatory or Optional

Description

-d NAME or --deployment NAME

Optional

Name of the deployment to use.

If you do not enter a value, the default deployment is used.

-vt VRA-TENANT or --vra_tenant VRA-TENANT

Mandatory

Tenant to which the vRealize Automation system administrator belongs.

-vh VRA-HOST or --vra_host VRA-HOST

Mandatory

IP or host name of vRealize Automation.

-va VRA-ADMIN or --vra_admin VRA-ADMIN

Mandatory

Username of the vRealize Automation system administrator.

-vrh VROS-HOST or --vros_host VROS-HOST

Mandatory

IP or host name for the vRealize Orchestrator OpenStack Plug-In service.

--verbose

Optional

Displays output in verbose mode.

You can also run viocli vros -h or viocli vros --help to display the parameters for the command.