As a cloud administrator, you can add blueprints to Service Broker by adding a Cloud Assembly content source. The blueprints are the specifications for services or applications that you can deploy to your cloud providers.
To ensure that you can deploy the imported templates, you might need to add cloud accounts and projects.
After you add the blueprints, you entitle project members to deploy the blueprints. At the request time, the blueprint is deployed to cloud zone account region or datastore that supports the blueprint requirements.
Verify that the blueprints that you want to import have a released version in Cloud Assembly. Only the latest released version of a blueprint is imported. See What Is the Advantage of Versioning Cloud Assembly Blueprints.
- Select .
- In the Type drop-down menu, select Blueprint.
- Enter the Name and Description for this content source.
- Click Validate.
The validation process verifies the number of released blueprints that are in all projects in Cloud Assembly.
- Click Create and Import.
The released blueprints are imported into Service Broker.
What to do next
Share the imported blueprints with one or more projects so that your users can request the items in the catalog. See Share Service Broker blueprints and templates with project members.