Your deployment must meet minimum system resources to install virtual appliances and minimum hardware requirements to install IaaS components on the Windows Server.

For operating system and high-level environment requirements, including information about supported browsers and operating systems, see the vRealize Automation Support Matrix.

The Hardware Requirements table shows the minimum configuration requirements for deployment of virtual appliances and installation of IaaS components. Appliances are pre-configured virtual machines that you add to your vCenter Server or ESXi inventory. IaaS components are installed on physical or virtual Windows 2008 R2 SP1, or Windows 2012 R2 servers.

An Active Directory is considered small when there are up to 25,000 users in the OU to be synced in the ID Store configuration. An Active Directory is considered large when there are more than 25,000 users in the OU.

Table 1. Hardware Requirements

vRealize Automation appliance for Small Active Directories

vRealize Automation appliance for Large Active Directories

IaaS Components (Windows Server).

  • 4 CPUs

  • 18 GB memory

  • 60 GB disk storage

  • 4 CPUs

  • 22 GB memory

  • 60 GB disk storage

  • 2 CPUs

  • 8 GB memory

  • 30 GB disk storage

Additional resources are required when you are include an SQL Server on a Windows host.