The Application Services Web interface includes icons that represent the availability of a function.

Table 1. Application Services Icons

Icon

Name

Description

Icon appears to show the owning group

Group name

Appears on the Applications, Services, External Services,Logical Templates, and Deployments pages next to the name of the group that owns the component.

Component is shared publicly

Shared Publicly

Appears on the Applications, Services, External Services, Logical Templates, and Deployments pages for components that are shared publicly within a given tenant.

Component is private to the group

Shared Privately

Appears on the Applications, Services, External Services, Logical Templates, and Deployments pages for components that are private to a business group within the tenant.

Policy scan successful icon

Policy Scan Success

Appears on the Deployments page for a deployment or deployed application with a successful policy scan.

Policy scan failed icon

Policy Scan Fail

Appears on the Deployments page for a deployment or deployed application with a failed policy scan.

Icon appears next to properties that can Auto-Bind with another property that is set to Expose.

Auto-Bind Consume

Appears in the blueprint canvas, next to properties that can Auto-Bind with another property, which is set to Expose.

Icon appears next to properties that can be used to customize another property, which is set to Consume.

Auto-Bind Expose

Appears in the blueprint canvas, next to properties that can be used to customize another property, which is set to Consume.

Add custom properties to each vCloud Automation Center node

Extra Configuration

Appears in the Deployment Profile wizard and the VM details status window of the deployment summary page for a vRealize Automation deployment.

In the Deployment Profile wizard, you can use Extra Configuration to override the vRealize Automation blueprint custom properties or add to the existing properties.