Welcome to VMware Service Broker™ documentation. Learn how to deliver a catalog of blueprints and templates that your users can deploy to your cloud vendor resources.
Get started applying business governance to the catalog so that you control what your users can do. Discover how your users can monitor and manage their deployed workloads, including deleting unused applications.
Just getting started with Service Broker?
Take a look at these articles to get started.
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- As an administrator, can I do a simple proof of concept? Yes, you can get started here.
- Now that I've tried it, how do I add more content for my users? Here's a CloudFormation template example.
- My administrator just sent me an invitation to use the Service Broker catalog. Where should I start? Try deploy in a catalog item .
If you are familiar with Service Broker and want to see what new features are enabled, see What's New in VMware vRealize Automation Cloud.
Does Service Broker work with other VMware Cloud Services services?
Service Broker works with Cloud Assembly. Learn more about working with Cloud Assembly in the VMware Cloud Assembly documentation.
To expand your knowledge, consider looking at the other VMware Cloud Management blogs.