You register vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager with My VMware to download product binaries to the local repository used during some post-deployment and upgrade operations. With the My VMware account, you can also download content from the VMware Marketplace API service through the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager integration.

You use the My VMware integration to simplify, automate, organize, and update the repository. If your organization restricts outbound traffic from the management components of the SDDC, you can download the product binaries from My VMware and discover them in the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager user interface for inclusion in the repository.

To register vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager with My VMware, invite a designated user to the entitlement account and limit the folder level permissions for the user.

  • For information about inviting a user to a My VMware account, see KB 2070555.

  • For information about assigning user permissions in a My VMware account, see KB 2006977.

You can structure the folders, user, and permissions in a My VMware entitlement account in any way that best serves the asset management and operations support needs of your business. The minimum requirements and permissions for the My VMware account used by vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager include:

  • A folder with the vRealize Suite product entitlements

  • View License Keys & User Permissions

  • Download Products

Table 1. My VMware Account for vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager

First Name

Last Name

User Email

Minimum Folder Permissions

Folder

Product Entitlement in Folder

vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager User

at Rainpole

svc-vrslcm-myvmware@rainpole.local

  • View License Keys & User Permissions

  • Download Products

  • Home folder

  • Child folder

vRealize Suite