Before you expand the vRealize Automation cluster, add the host name and IP address of the third vRealize Automation virtual appliance as a disabled member of the server pools on the load balancer.

On the load balancer for application virtual network, perform the procedure three times to update the server pools related to the traffic to the vRealize Automation appliance with the settings for the third vRealize Automation virtual appliance.

Table 1. Load Balancer Pool Updates for vRealize Automation in Region A

Pool Name

Algorithm

Monitors

New Member

IP Address

State

Port

Monitor Port

vra-svr-443

ROUND-ROBIN

NONE

vra01svr01c

192.168.11.50

Disabled

443

443

vra-svr-8444

ROUND-ROBIN

NONE

vra01svr01c

192.168.11.50

Disabled

8444

443

vra-vro-8283

ROUND-ROBIN

NONE

vra01svr01c

192.168.11.50

Disabled

8283

8283

Procedure

  1. Log in to vCenter Server by using the vSphere Web Client.
    1. Open a Web browser and go to https://sfo01m01vc01.sfo01.rainpole.local/vsphere-client.
    2. Log in using the following credentials.

      Setting

      Value

      User name

      administrator@vsphere.local

      Password

      vsphere_admin_password

  2. From the Home menu of the vSphere Web Client, select Networking & Security.
  3. In the Navigator, click NSX Edges.
  4. From the NSX Manager drop-down menu, select 172.16.11.65 and double-click the sfo01m01lb01 NSX Edge to open its network settings.
  5. Click the Manage tab, click Load Balancer, and select Pools.
  6. Select the pool named vra-svr-443 and click the Edit icon.
  7. Under Members, click the Add icon to add a third pool member.
  8. In the New Member dialog box, enter the following values, and click OK.

    Setting

    Value

    Name

    vra01svr01c

    IP Address/VC Container

    192.168.11.50

    State

    Disabled

    Port

    443

    Monitor Port

    443

    Weight

    1

  9. Repeat the procedure to update the remaining server pools with the details about the third vRealize Automation virtual appliance in a disabled state.