To fully configure Service Broker, you need to determine your catalog sources and apply governance using projects. As a cloud administrator, you can customize the catalog request form.

Set Up Process

How you set up Service Broker for your organization depends on whether you are offering your users only Cloud Assembly Blueprints or Amazon Web Services CloudFormation Templates, or both.

For each type, use the appropriate procedure to guide you through the process.

Add Cloud Assembly Blueprints to the Catalog

Add Amazon Web Services CloudFormation Templates to the Catalog

Prerequisites

  • Verify that the blueprints that you want to import from Cloud Assembly have a released version.

Prerequisites

  • Verify that your CloudFormation templates are saved in an S3 bucket.

  • Verify that you have the necessary AWS credentials for the region that you plan to deploy to.

Procedure

  1. Import the blueprints. See Add Blueprints to the Service Broker Catalog.

  2. Share the blueprints with the projects. Share Service Broker Blueprints and Templates with Project Members.

Procedure

  1. Add the AWS cloud accounts for the regions that you plan to deploy the templates to. See Add Cloud Accounts to Service Broker For CloudFormation Templates.

  2. Import the Cloud formation templates from AWS S3 bucket that contains your templates. See Add CloudFormation Templates to the Service Broker Catalog.

  3. If needed, add projects so that you can share the templates with the project members. See Add a Project to Service Broker.

  4. Share the CloudFormation templates with the projects. See Share Service Broker Blueprints and Templates with Project Members.

What else can I do

What else can I do