You subscribed to the WordPress Virtual Appliance by Bitnami in VMware Marketplace and configured it for deployment to an on-premises platform. You obtained the subscription URL of the content library to which you added the subscribed solution. Finally, you enabled your on-premises cloud platform by creating a local instance of the published VMware Marketplace content library. You are now able to deploy the WordPress virtual machine instance and start using it in your on-premise environment.
To deploy a virtual machine from a subscribed content library, you must have administration and management access to the environment.
- Log in to the management console for your on-premises platform.
- Follow the steps.
Option Description For vSphere-based environments See Deploying OVF and OVA Templates in the VMware vSphere product documentation. For VMware Cloud Director-based environments See Working with vApps and Working with Virtual Machines in the VMware Cloud Director product documentation.
What to do next
- To use the WordPress virtual machine you deployed in your vSphere on-premises environment, follow the same steps as described in the scenario for deploying a solution from VMware Marketplace to a VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC. See How do I deploy a solution on VMware Cloud on AWS.
- To start the virtual machine contained in the vApp you provisioned in your VMware Cloud Director on-premises environment, follow the steps described in the scenario for deploying a solution from VMware Marketplace to a VMware Cloud Director VDC. See How do I deploy a solution on VMware Cloud Director.