You can configure resources such as endpoints, reservations, and network profiles to support vRealize Automation blueprint definition and machine provisioning. Checklist for Configuring IaaS ResourcesIaaS administrators and fabric administrators configure IaaS resources to integrate existing infrastructure with vRealize Automation and to allocate infrastructure resources to vRealize Automation business groups. Configuring XaaS ResourcesBy configuring XaaS endpoints you can connect the vRealize Automation to your environment. When you configure vRealize Orchestrator plug-ins as endpoints, you use the vRealize Automation user interface to configure the plug-ins instead of using the vRealize Orchestrator configuration interface. Creating and Configuring ContainersYou can use the Containers tab in vRealize Automation to open the Containers for vRealize Automation integrated application and create and configure the containers and container network settings to make available to vRealize Automation blueprint architects. Installing Additional Plug-Ins on the Default vRealize Orchestrator ServerYou can install additional packages and plug-ins on the default vRealize Orchestrator server by using the vRealize Orchestrator configuration interface. Working With Active Directory PoliciesActive Directory policies define the properties of a machine record, for example, domain, as well as the organizational unit in which the record is created using a vRealize Automation blueprint.