As the tenant administrator, you requested that your blueprint architects create a catalog item to deliver MySQL on CentOS virtual machines for your development and quality engineering group to run test cases. Your software architect has informed you that the catalog item is ready for users. To make the item available to your business users, you need to associate the blueprints and Software component with a catalog service and then entitle the business group members to request the catalog item.
Before you begin
Log in to the vRealize Automation console as a tenant administrator or catalog administrator.
Publish a blueprint to deliver MySQL on vSphere CentOS virtual machines. See Scenario: Assemble and Test a Blueprint to Deliver MySQL on Rainpole Linked Clone Machines.
If you create blueprints in a development environment, import your blueprint into your production environment. See Exporting and Importing Blueprints.
Create a reservation to allocate vSphere resources to your Dev and QE business group. See Create a Reservation for Hyper-V, KVM, SCVMM, vSphere, or XenServer.