You can specify a particular vRealize Orchestrator endpoint to use with a blueprint.

When IaaS runs a vRealize Orchestrator workflow for any machine provisioned from this blueprint, it always uses the associated endpoint. If the endpoint is not reachable, the workflow fails.


Log in to the vRealize Automation console as an infrastructure architect.


  1. Select Design > Blueprints.
  2. Create a new blueprint or edit an existing blueprint.

    If you are editing an existing blueprint, the vRealize Orchestrator endpoint you specify only applies to new machines provisioned from the updated blueprint. Existing machines provisioned from the blueprint continue to use the highest priority endpoint unless you manually add this property to the machine.

  3. Click the Properties tab.
    1. Click New Property.
    2. Type VMware.VCenterOrchestrator.EndpointName in the Name text box.
      The property name is case sensitive.
    3. Type the name of a vRealize Orchestrator endpoint in the Value text box.
    4. Click the Save icon (Save).
  4. Click OK.