vRealize Automation uses vRealize Orchestrator endpoints to run workflows. You can configure multiple endpoints to connect to different vRealize Orchestrator servers. Each endpoint must have a priority.
About this task
When executing vRealize Orchestrator workflows, vRealize Automation tries the highest priority vRealize Orchestrator endpoint first. If that endpoint is not reachable, then it proceeds to try the next highest priority endpoint until a vRealize Orchestrator server is available to run the workflow.
Log in to the vRealize Automation console as an IaaS administrator.
- Select .
- Select .
- Enter a name and, optionally, a description.
- Type a URL with the fully qualified name or IP address of the vRealize Orchestrator server and the vRealize Orchestrator port number.
The format depends on the version of the vRealize Orchestrator server.
vRealize Orchestrator version
The transport protocol must be HTTPS. If no port is specified, the default port 8281 is used.
To use the default vRealize Orchestrator instance embedded in the vRealize Appliance, type https://vrealize-automation-appliance-hostname:8281/vco.
- Specify the credentials to use to connect to this endpoint.
- Click the ellipsis next to the Credentials field.
- Select an existing credential from the list or click New Credentials to provide your vRealize Orchestrator credentials.
The credentials you use should have Execute permissions for any vRealize Orchestrator workflows to call from IaaS.
To use the default vRealize Orchestrator instance embedded in the vRealize Appliance, the user name is email@example.com and the password is the administrator password that was specified when configuring SSO.
- Specify the endpoint priority.
- Click New Property.
- Type VMware.VCenterOrchestrator.Priority in the Name text box.
The property name is case sensitive.
- Type an integer greater than or equal to 1 in the Value text box.
Lower value means higher priority.
- Click the Save icon ().
- Click OK.