After you install the management pack, add and configure an external vRealize Orchestrator or an instance embedded in vRealize Automation from which you run workflows.
- From the left menu, click Add. , and then click
- Select the Management Pack for vRealize Orchestrator and click Configure.
- Configure the adapter instance.
The name for the adapter instance.
(Optional) The description of the adapter instance.
vRealize Orchestrator Host
The URL of vRealize Orchestrator or vRealize Automation instance from where you run workflows. Specify the FQDN.
If there is a load balancer for the CAFÉ appliances, the URL must have HostName of the load balancer in the format HostName or IP.
Port number of the CSP OAuth App, vRealize Orchestrator or vRealize Automation instance which has an embedded vRealize Orchestrator. The default port for vRealize Orchestrator and vRealize Automation is 443.
Discover objects automatically.
To set automatic discovery for objects, select True.
To set the automatic discovery off, select False.
To add the credentials to access CSP OAuth App, vRealize Orchestrator or vRealize Automation environment , click the plus sign.
Credential Kind. From the drop-down menu, select CSP OAuth App Credential, vRealize Orchestrator Credential or vRealize Automation Credential.
Credential name. The name by which you are identifying the configured credentials.
CSP OAuth App, vRealize Orchestrator or vRealize Automation Username. The user name of CSP OAuth App, vRealize Orchestrator or vRealize Automation instance.
CSP OAuth App, vRealize Orchestrator or vRealize Automation Password. The password for CSP OAuth App, vRealize Orchestrator or vRealize Automation instance.
Refer to the topic Create an OAuth app for vRO MP, to create a new OAuth app.Note:
Verify that you have API access to vRealize Orchestrator to execute the workflows.
The collector on which the vRealize Automation Management Pack instance runs.
For one collector instance, select default collector group.
For multiple collectors, to distribute the workload and optimize performance, select the collector to manage the adapter process for this instance.
- Click Test Connection to validate the connection.
If you do not have an Advance or Enterprise License, the test connection fails with the error message 'Failed to connect vRO server. Message : Invalid vROps license : Valid license for vRealize Orchestrator Management pack is Advanced or above'.
- Click Save Settings.
The adapter instance is added to the list.
What to do next
Verify that the vRealize Operations management pack is fetching workflows.
In the Solutions page, verify that the Collection State column and Collection Status are green under Configured Adapter Instances. The Collection Status displays Data Receiving after the first collection cycle. The default time for a collection cycle is five minutes.
From the left menu, click Environment, and then click Inventory. Verify that the vRealize Operations workflows are displayed on the table and sort by the Adapter Type column or filter by name of the adapter instance if necessary.
Optionally, discover additional packages to configure workflows.
Ensure that the instance of vRealize Operations where you are configuring the Management Pack for vRealize Orchestrator has an instance of vCenter with vRealize Orchestrator configured. If this is not configured, an alert is displayed in vRealize Operations. You can add a vCenter instance to vRealize Orchestrator to remediate this alert.