A service catalog provides a common interface for consumers of IT services to request services, track their requests, and manage their provisioned service items. Service architects and administrators can define new services and publish them to the common catalog. When defining a service, the architect can specify the kind of item that can be requested, and what options are available to the consumer as part of submitting the request.
Users who are responsible for managing the catalog, such as tenant administrators and service architects, can manage the presentation of catalog items to the consumers of IT services. For example, catalog managers can group items into service categories for easier navigation and highlight new services to consumers on the portal home page.
Prepare for the deployment. See Preparing for Region B Scenario Deployment.
Perform the tasks in Creating and Publishing Single Machine Blueprints in Region B.