The Cloud Management Platform (CMP) consists of integrated products that provide for the management of public, private and hybrid cloud environments. VMware's CMP consists of vRealize Automation, vRealize Orchestrator, and vRealize Business. vRealize Automation incorporates virtual machine provisioning and a self-service portal. vRealize Business enables billing and chargeback functions. vRealize Orchestrator provides workflow optimization.
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The following procedures describe the validated flow of installation and configuration for the second site in the enterprise.
Prerequisites for Cloud Management Platform Implementation in Region B Verify that the following configurations are established prior to beginning the Cloud Management Platform procedures in Region B.
Configure Service Account Privileges in Region B In order for you to provision virtual machines and logical networks, configure privileges for vRealize Automation for the service account email@example.com on both the Compute vCenter Server and the Compute Cluster NSX Instance.
vRealize Automation Installation in Region B A vRealize Automation installation includes installing and configuring single sign-on (SSO) capabilities, the user interface portal, and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) components.
Embedded vRealize Orchestrator Configuration in Region B VMware Embedded vRealize Orchestrator provides a library of extensible workflows to allow you to create and run automated, configurable processes to manage your VMware vSphere infrastructure, as well as other VMware and third-party applications.
vRealize Business Installation in Region B vRealize Business is an IT financial management tool that provides transparency and control over the costs and quality of IT services, enabling alignment with the business and acceleration of IT transformation.
Create Anti-Affinity Rules for vRealize Automation Proxy Agent Virtual Machines in Region B After deploying the vRealize Automation proxy agents, set up anti-affinity rules.
Content Library Configuration in Region B Content libraries are container objects for VM templates, vApp templates, and other types of files. vSphere administrators can use the templates in the library to deploy virtual machines and vApps in the vSphere inventory. Sharing templates and files across multiple vCenter Server instances in same or different locations brings out consistency, compliance, efficiency, and automation in deploying workloads at scale.
Tenant Content Creation in Region B To provision virtual machines in the Compute vCenter Server instance, you configure the tenant to utilize vCenter Server compute resources.