IaaS administrators can organize virtualization compute resources and cloud endpoints into fabric groups by type and intent. One or more fabric administrators manage the resources in each fabric group. Fabric administrators are responsible for creating reservations on the compute resources in their groups to allocate fabric to specific business groups. Fabric groups are created in a specific tenant, but their resources can be made available to users who belong to business groups in all tenants.
- Log in to the vRealize Automation Rainpole portal.
- Open a Web browser and go to https://vra01svr01.rainpole.local/vcac/org/rainpole.
- Log in using the following credentials.
- Select .
- Click New Fabric Group, enter the following settings and click OK.
NYC01 Fabric Group
- Select cluster NYC01 from the Compute resources table, and click OK.
It might take several minutes for vRealize Automation to connect to the vCenter Server system and associated clusters. If you are still not able to see the compute cluster after sufficient time has passed, try to restart both proxy agent services in the virtual machines nyc01ias01.rainpole.local and nyc01ias02.rainpole.local.
- Log out of the vRealize Automation portal.