You download the Dukes Bank for vSphere application from your vRealize Automation appliance. You import the sample application into your vRealize Automation tenant to view a working sample of a multi-tiered vRealize Automation blueprint that includes multiple machine components with networking and software components.
- Log in to your vRealize Automation appliance as root by using SSH.
- Download the Dukes Bank for vSphere sample application from your vRealize Automation appliance to /tmp.
wget --no-check-certificate https://vRealize_VA_Hostname_fqdn:5480/blueprints/DukesBankAppForvSphere.zipDo not unzip the package.
- Download Cloud Client version 4.x from http://developercenter.vmware.com/tool/cloudclient to /tmp.
- Unzip the cloudclient-4x-dist.zip package.
- Run Cloud Client under the /bin directory.
- If prompted, accept the license agreement.
- Using Cloud Client, log in to the vRealize Automation appliance as a user with software architect and infrastructure architect privileges.
CloudClient>vra login userpass --server https://vRealize_VA_Hostname_fqdn --user <firstname.lastname@example.org> --tenant <TenantName>
- When prompted, enter your login password.
- Validate that the DukesBankAppForvSphere.zip content is available.
vra content import --path /<Path>/DukesBankAppForvSphere.zip --dry-run true --resolution overwriteBy configuring the resolution to overwrite instead of skip, you allow vRealize Automation to correct conflicts when possible.
- Import the Dukes Bank sample application.
vra content import --path /<Path>/DukesBankAppForvSphere.zip --dry-run false --resolution overwrite
When you log on to the vRealize Automation console as a user with software architect and infrastructure architect privileges, you see Dukes Bank blueprints and software components on the tab and the tab.