Before creating and instantiating network functions and services, you must add your virtual infrastructure to VMware Telco Cloud Automation.

Note: VMware Telco Cloud Automation supports vSphere, VMware Cloud Director, Kubernetes Cluster, VMware Tanzu, VMware Integrated OpenStack, VMware Cloud on AWS, Google VMware Engine (GVE), and Microsoft Azure VMware Solution (AVS).

You can add a virtual infrastructure from the Infrastructure > Virtual Infrastructure page. The Virtual Infrastructure page provides a graphical representation of clouds that are distributed geographically. Details about the cloud such as Cloud Name, Cloud URL, Cloud Type, Tenant Name, Connection Status, and Tags are also displayed. To view more information such as TCA-CP URL, Location, User Name, Network Function Inventory, and so on, click the > icon on a desired cloud.