Using a combination of your IaaS administrator and tenant administrator privileges, you create a prefix to prepend to
vSphere machines created in vRealize Automation, organize your vSphere resources into a fabric group, and allocate resources to your custom group of vRealize Automation architects.
Scenario: Create a Fabric Group for Rainpole Using your IaaS administrator privileges, you create a fabric group that contains the compute resources discovered when you created the vSphere endpoint. Assign your custom group of vRealize Automation architects and developers to the fabric administrator role for this group.
Scenario: Configure Machine Prefixes for Rainpole Using your fabric administrator privileges, you create a prefix that you can configure to prepend to machines provisioned by your vRealize Automation architects and developers during development and testing.
Scenario: Create a Business Group for Your Rainpole Architects to Test Catalog Items Using your tenant administrator privileges, you create a business group for the IT team responsible for designing and testing vRealize Automation blueprints.
Scenario: Create a Reservation to Assign Resources to Your Rainpole Architects Using your fabric administrator privileges, you create a reservation for your Rainpole business group to allocate them vSphere resources.