The cloud management layer in the ROBO SDDC enables you to deliver tenants with automated workload provisioning by using a self-service portal.

Table 1. Cloud Management Design Details in ROBO SDDC

Design Attribute

Description

Software components in the hub

  • vRealize Automation

  • vRealize Orchestrator

  • vRealize Business

Deployment model of vRealize Automation and vRealize Business in the ROBO site

Distributed deployment with support for vSphere endpoints by using vSphere Proxy Agent virtual machines in the ROBO sites.

You install the vRealize Automation components on multiple machines.

The site contains a vRealize Business data collector. The data collector sends cost data back to the vRealize Business server in the hub.

High availability and load balancing

The vSphere Proxy Agents in each site are highly-available.

Endpoints

  • vCenter Server for the consolidated cluster in the site

  • NSX Manager for the consolidated cluster in the site

Blueprint configuration

Single-machine blueprints

Tenants

A single tenant company called Rainpole

Fabric groups

One fabric group with all resources in the consolidated cluster assigned

Business groups

According to the internal structure and workload configuration of your organization. Allocate business groups for separate business units, for example, for development and production.

Figure 1. Example vRealize Automation Tenant Design in ROBO SDDC