vRealize Automation requires several Windows virtual machines to act as IaaS components in a distributed configuration. These redundant components provide high availability for the vRealize Automation infrastructure features.
Create a Customization Specification for IaaS Proxy Agent Servers in Region B Create a vSphere Image Customization template to use with your vRealize Automation IaaS Proxy Agent deployment.
Deploy Windows Virtual Machines for vRealize Automation in Region B To facilitate cloning, this design uses the vra7-proxy-agent-template image customization specification template and the windows-2012r2-64 VM template. Two virtual machines that run on Windows are required to install vRealize Automation Proxy Agents in Region B.
Take Snapshots of the vRealize Automation Virtual Machines in Region B As a best practice, take snapshots of the virtual machines deployed as part of the vRealize Automation installation. The vRealize Automation deployment is a complex process, and if the deployment fails, these snapshots are available as a failback.