By using the Orchestrator view in the vSphere Web Client you can perform your administration tasks such as running and scheduling workflows, and viewing the list of available workflows.
From the Orchestrator view in the vSphere Web Client, you can perform the following tasks:
Select a default Orchestrator server.
Manage workflows. Managing workflows includes the following tasks:
Associating workflows with selected vSphere inventory objects such as virtual machines, ESXi hosts, clusters, resource pools, and folders.
Exporting and importing current associations of workflows with vSphere inventory objects for backup purposes or to import them in another vSphere Web Client instance.
Editing associations of workflows with vSphere inventory objects such as virtual machines, ESXi hosts, clusters, resource pools, folders, and so on.
Viewing information about workflow runs, as well as about workflows waiting for user interaction.
Running and scheduling workflows on vSphere objects.
To run workflows on selected vSphere inventory objects, you must select a default Orchestrator server. You should also associate the workflows of the default Orchestrator server with vSphere inventory objects that you want to manage.