IaaS administrators and fabric administrators can use the Infrastructure Organizer to quickly organize multiple compute resources into fabric groups, assign cost profiles, and bring existing virtual machines under
vRealize Automation management.
Creating Blueprints for Importing Virtual Machines A tenant administrator or business group manager must create a blueprint that matches the machines you want to import using the Infrastructure Organizer.
Choosing an Infrastructure Organizer Scenario Fabric administrators and IaaS administrators can use the Infrastructure Organizer to organize compute resources into fabric groups, assign cost profiles to compute resources, import existing virtual machines, and associate imported machines with business groups.
Organize Compute Resources and Import Existing Virtual Machines IaaS administrators can leverage the Infrastructure Organizer to quickly assign cost profiles to compute resources and organize them into fabric groups. Optionally, you can continue with the Infrastructure Organizer Wizard to import existing virtual machines and bring them under vRealize Automation management.
Import Existing Virtual Machines Fabric administrators can import virtual machines that currently exist on their compute resources outside of vRealize Automation.