After performing the migration from external to embedded vRealize Orchestrator in vRealize Automation, verify that standard and custom workflows have been migrated successfully.
- Download and install the vRealize Orchestrator Client.
- Open a Web browser and go to https://vra01svr01.rainpole.local.
- Click vRealize Orchestrator Client and download the .jnlp file of the vRealize Orchestrator client.
- On the VMware vRealize Orchestrator Login page, log in to the embedded vRealize Orchestrator by using the following credentials.
- Open the downloaded Orchestrator .jnlp file, and in the VMware vRealize Orchestrator Login dialog box log in to vRealize Orchestrator using the following credentials.
- In the left navigation pane, click the Workflows tab, and navigate to different sub-folders in the Library and System folders to verify that all the standard and custom workflows have been migrated from your external vRealize Orchestrator instance.
- To verify that the vRealize Automation and vCenter Server plug-ins are working and configured properly, click the Inventory tab in the left navigation pane.
- Expand vRealize Automation Infrastructure and verify that the IaaS host for vra01svr01.rainpole.local entry is listed.
- Expand vRealize Automation and verify that the vRealize Automation cluster is listed.
- Expand vSphere vCenter Plug-in and verify that all the vCenter Server instances that the external vRealize Orchestrator were integrated with are also listed.
- Verify that all the other plug-in endpoints that were configured in the external vRealize Orchestrator have been configured similarly in the embedded vRealize Orchestrator.
- Execute some custom workflows in the embedded vRealize Orchestrator to verify that they work as expected.
These workflows can then be safely used in vRealize Automation blueprints.
For example, execute complex workflows that involve integration with external systems.